Apple talked about other stuff too at the iPhone 7 launch event, yesterday. The tech giant also revealed the roll out dates for its iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. The iOS 10 is the latest software version for iPhones while macOS Sierra is the latest OS version for MacBooks. The company will be rolling out iOS 10 from September 13.
The iOS 10 will spread out via free over-the-air OTA download for iPhone 5 and higher, iPod touch 6th gen, iPad mini 2 and higher, and iPad 4th generation, iPad Air, and iPad Pro models (as you can see in the image above). The latest iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will run iOS 10 out-of-the-box. The iOS 10 brings plenty of new features onboard, such as Enhanced Siri functionality, Improved Apple Music, and News, Better App Management, and much more.
The macOS Sierra will be released on September 20. As we have detailed earlier, macOS Sierra takes a lot from the iOS 10. It is the first time when Apple has tried to include its nifty iOS features on its desktop/laptop OS. One of the biggest cross-over features from iOS to macOS is the inclusion of Siri on Mac. Users can now use Siri on their Macs too. Also, Apple has integrated the Apple Watch support in the new macOS, which will enable users to unlock their Macs through Apple Watch.
Compatible MacBooks for macOS Sierra: