FourFourFourTwo: Apple’s new iOS update is just a few days away, but it’s already on the horizon.
The next iOS 10 update is expected to come in September, but we’ll know for sure by the end of the month.
In the meantime, there are two things to look out for.
Firstly, the iPhone XS Max is being pushed back to October 19th.
While it’s unlikely that the iPhone 9s Plus and iPhone X will see the same update, we’re expecting to see a few of the iPhone 8s, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 9, iPhone 7s, and iPhone 7 Plus on October 20th.
The iPhone Xs Max will also see an update, with the company’s next iOS release to be on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8.
This update will be for the iPhone 6s, 7, 8, and 9, but the iPhone SE will also be updated to iOS 10.
So that’s one thing to look forward to.
However, there’s a second thing we should be watching out for: the release date of Apple’s next-generation Mac OS X El Capitan update.
In order to get a good idea of when the Mac OS 10.13.1 update will arrive, we have to take a look at what other companies are doing.
The first major Mac OS update is coming to the Macs that Apple has shipped to customers, as well as the Apple Watch Series 5, Mac Pro Series 5 and MacBook Air Series 5.
Apple has been using the 10.12.5 update for quite some time now, but this is the first time the company has made the switch to the 10-series of updates.
The 10.10.2 update was the last update to Apple’s software that included the El Capitán update.
With El Capacitán, Apple was able to push out a lot of fixes and security improvements to the operating system, and the OS was able win out over the OS X Yosemite update.
The 10.11.5 upgrade was the final update that included a fix for the “broken-back” bug that was present in some versions of macOS 10.14.
The problem was that, if you were on a Mac with El Capicán installed, the OS would silently skip back to a previous version of the OS if you restarted your computer.
Apple was able find a way to fix this issue, and in order to keep people using the OS while the update was rolling out, Apple had to disable El Capilón entirely.
Apple’s update is now rolling out to customers via the Mac App Store, and users can install the 10.-series updates from the Mac update site Apple will also include a new update for Macs, called macOS Mojave.
Mojave is expected in September and will include many of the latest features, as it was originally planned to.
While macOS Mojaves 10.9 and 10.8 will include new features, Mojave 10.6 and 10