It appears that Apple users won't have to wait too much longer to get their hands on the latest software update for their Cupertino-born mobile phones.
Yesterday (September 10th) Apple held its company event in New York where, among the unveilings of the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, Tim Cook announced that iOS 7 would start rolling out from September 18th.
It will be available for download for anyone who owns an iPhone or any of the later upgrades.
The updates bring a number of new features for Apple users including the ability to search Twitter and Wikipedia using Siri and remembering your commuting routes. It also brings in a lot more features which aid multitasking and a brand new control centre.
iOS 7 has been in the hands of developers in beta form for the past few months but now we are just a week away from the software being available to everyday users.
Posted by Simon Thomas