Ever since Apple brought forth the much-awaited iOS 11 this month, speculations concerning the upcoming OS have taken the world by storm. While Apple has already taken a bold decision of discontinuing the 32-bit apps and devices running it with iOS 11, the iOS 12 is expected to come with newer technology. The iOS 12 release date is likely to be held next year at the WWDC event and according to sources it will carry some extraordinary elements to be the game changer. Speculations are rife that iOS 12 release date would carry the world into something that fans have been looking forward to receiving from Apple’s OS.
iOS 12 Release Date: What’s on The Cards?
Apple’s iOS 11 was released last year in September. To recall, the beta versions of the operating system have been floating ever since Apple unveiled the new OS at the WWDC event. This isn’t the case for iOS 11 only. Two years back, the tech industry witnessed the unveiling event at WWDC where Apple announced iOS 10 with all its glory. With the advent of the event, Apple owners got hands on the beta versions of iOS 10. To wind up, Apple’s strategy has been maintained ever since iPhones got updated with iOS 6 in the year 2012. Things get clearer when you refer to the below-offered list of iOS release dates.
- iPhone OS 1: Released on June 29, 2007
- iPhone OS 2: Released on July 11, 2008
- iPhone OS 3: Released on June 17, 2009
- iOS 4: Released on June 21, 2010
- iOS 5: Announced on June 6, 2011; Released on October 12, 2011
- iOS 6: Announced on June 11, 2012; Released on September 19, 2012
- iOS 7: Announced on June 10, 2013; Released on September 18, 2013
- iOS 8: Announced on June 2, 2014; Released on September 17, 2014
- iOS 9: Announced on June 8, 2015; Released on September 16, 2015
- iOS 10: Announced on June 13, 2016; Released on September 13, 2017
- iOS 11: Announced on June 5, 2017; Released on September 19, 2017
To Wind Up
Of course, Apple’s next iOS 12 is a long way off from now onwards. While this is true, it doesn’t wear of fans excitement surrounding the next big thing from Apple: the iOS 12. Do you have any of your own iOS 12’s wishlist? Feel free and comment below. For more news on iOS 12 release date, stay tuned to us.