iOS 7 could roll out on 10 September

Apple can do everything in its power to keep launch details a secret, but you really can't legislate for third parties spilling the beans. As is the case here regarding the launch of iOS 7.

The expected launch date of the much-rumoured iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C is said to be 10 September, but we didn't have anything about the rollout of iOS 7, which usually follows soon after.

If this leak proves correct, it isn't just following 'soon', it is pretty immediate. The same day, in fact. Which should keep Apple's servers more than busy (turning painfully slow), if previous experience is anything to go by.

The leak comes from Nuance, the company behind Siri. It seems it has sent out a letter to developers about the date. One of those developers has put it into the public domain, which means we all now know what seems to have been an open secret in the developer world.

Indeed, the letter to developer Owen Williams says as much: 'As you are probably aware iOS 7 GA will be released from 10 September,' it states, with 'GA' referring to General Availability.

We already know it will be offered to iPhone 4 models and upwards, so most existing owners of Apple's hardware should be good to go with this. Of course, you might be tempted to upgrade the hardware instead. It all depends on what Apple shows off on that same day.

Source: Pocket Lint

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