Apple has completed work on its 16th Apple iOS


Apple engineers finished creating the first version of iOS 16 last week, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in the most recent issue of his “Power On” newsletter. This indicates that prior to the update’s public release, Apple will concentrate its efforts on fixing flaws in the release.

According to Gurman, the new iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 models will be introduced in September alongside iOS 16 and watchOS 9, while iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura will also be released in October.

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In the coming week, Apple engineers will complete work on the iOS 16.0 upgrade, which will debut in September along with watchOS 9. With the upgraded hardware, those upgrades will work. As a result of Stage Manager-related delays to the iPad software, the macOS Ventura and iPadOS updates, on the other hand, are now planned for October to coincide with the new hardware lineup.

Gurman recently stated that the new iPhone 14 and Series 8 of Apple Watch lineups will be introduced at a media event held by Apple on September 7.

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