iOS 13 Release Date Announced | Is your iPhone Getting this iOS 13? Check the List

Sujan Koirala 13 Sep, 2019

The month of September is a big month, especially for Apple. The big event for the launch of new devices will take place in this month every year. The event held on September 10-2019 termed "By Innovation Only", Apple announced 3 new iPhones(iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max), new Apple Watch Series 5 and new iPad. These iPhones are running on latest iOS 13. Now, the date has been confirmed for the release of this iOS 13 for compatible older devices. We’re just a week away from the official release of iOS 13 as the iOS 13 Stable version will go live on September 19 at 10 AM PST(10:45 PM in Nepal).

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This iOS 13 was announced back in June at WWDC 2019 but only available for developers for testing and fixing the bugs. Unlike Android, Latest iOS is used to be available for most of their devices. This iOS 13 comes with many changes and upgrades from the last iOS 13. The make features that this iOS 13 includes are:

  • Dark Mode
  • 30% Faster Face Unlock 
  • Redesigned Photos App with More Editing Features
  • Sign in With Apple 
  • More Features on Maps
  • Upgrades on Memoji and Messages
  • Do more in Keyboard including QuickPath


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You’ll notice many more changed features on your device when you get the update. This new iOS 13 will be available to all the iPhones released after iPhone 6s. We’re listing the name of devices that will be getting this update.

  • iPhone 6s
  • iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPod touch (7th Gen)

Keep Calm and Just wait for one week. Then, we’ll have a new Skin in our beloved iPhones. I am excited and can’t wait to get this update and use it. What’s your feeling? Let us know in the comment section down below.

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