iOS 13 / 13.1 final version release date has been announced by Apple for iPhone and iPad users. Here are the details on it.

It’s been somewhat of an eventful day for Apple. Literally. Tim Cook’s company has not only used a dedicated media event to announce new hardware but has also given the public exactly what they want: an official iOS 13 / 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 release date!

When Apple’s September event comes around, the media, the technology community, and the tech-loving public generally tune in to the event itself or to our coverage to see exactly what new hardware Apple is about to release.

The company’s new iPhone model is always of paramount importance in a market which is constantly looking for the next innovation. With that said, the underlying software which powers the iPhone and iPad is more important and is consumed by more people than those looking for the next big hardware release.

iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 will be downloaded, installed, and consumed on a daily basis by people all over the globe regardless of whether or not they invest in Apple’s iPhone 11 or new iPad. The software has compatibility with a large number of Apple’s historical devices, meaning it’s vitally important to those device owners, and not just those who are in a position to invest in new hardware. Now, thanks to this latest event, we know that Apple will make iOS 13 live this coming Thursday, September 19, 2019. iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 final will be available on September 30. That means that all compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch hardware can benefit from all of Apple’s improvements and performance upgrades in just a few days or weeks time.

Of course, developers will get a chance to attend the party prior to that release thanks to the immediate release of the iOS 13 Golden Master (GM) seed. The exact same build which will make it into the hands of developers listed as the official GM will also be the same build that is issued to the public in just a few days time. Save for any huge showstopping discoveries in that GM, of course!

So, there we have it! The initial iOS 13 betas were pushed out into the hands of developers in early June. Now, just over three months later, and after seeding a slew of pre-release seeds, Apple has finally given a date for all compatible device owners to benefit from the fruits of the company’s hard work.

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