The iOS 13 is all set to be Apple’s latest version of their mobile OS. The company had announced it earlier in the summer of 2019 during the WWDC event – and beta versions of this iOS are out already where developers are busy testing it for bugs. A final iOS 13 release date has now been announced – however, there’s one small problem!
Let us take a closer look at the Apple iOS 13 update release date, which phones will be getting it – and what the problem is!
Screw that new iPhone, just drop the new IOS 13 update so I can use dark mode and not blind myself at night
— Jay ㊙️ (@jeffsinatra) September 10, 2019
iOS 13 Release Date – When is the Update Rolling Out?
The update for Apple’s latest iOS version will begin to roll out starting the 19th of September. However, due to the millions of people who will be getting the update, all Apple users might not get it at once but will get it in phases – however, between the 19th to the next few days, almost all eligible phones will get this update.
The iOS 13 update comes to the users of iPhone 6S/6S Plus, iPhone 7/7Plus, iPhone 8/8Plus, iPhone X/XS/XS Max/XR. Even the users of iPhone SE will be getting this update. This is likely the last major update for these models. Users looking forward to downloading this update need to ensure that there’s sufficient charge, storage space, and a stable WiFi connection.
New features on Apple Music such as dark mode and time-synced lyrics will be available with the #iOS13 update for iPhone users on Thursday, September 19th.
Do you plan to update your operating system? pic.twitter.com/lyJRePumRF
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) September 10, 2019
iOS 13 Has one Small Problem – Missing Features
It appears that at the time of release some iOS 13 features will not be a part of the iOS – and they will come with the iOS 13.1 update which comes out on the 30th of September. These features are the likes of the ability to listen to music on two sets of AirPods using one iPhone and the ability of Siri to read you your messages.