Once the presentation of the new iPhone 11 and the other products that have accompanied it has finished, we have seen how the Apple website has been updated with a lot of information about the future launch. In addition to the price that will have all the models of iPhone or Apple Watch have also made public in a silent way the official launch date of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 but nothing is known about macOS Catalina.
Once the Apple website was opened, many users have researched everything new, and have told us that they have updated the release date of the new operating systems that have been in beta for many months now since they were presented at WWDC 2019.
On the pages dedicated to providing information on new operating systems we used to have the message ‘available in autumn’. Now this message has disappeared to give rise to the release dates of the different operating systems which are as follows:
- iOS 13: 19 September.
- iPadOS: September 30th.
- watchOS 6: September 19.
- tvOS 13: 19 september.
The one we know absolutely nothing about is Catalina macaques that have no launch date. We already advanced this a few weeks ago when we commented on the website that we saw too many bugs that led us to conclude that it was not ready for official release.
We recommend these days to make clean installations on your computers and especially if you have had the betas installed because you could have many problems in the future if you do not make clean installations as you would surely drag junk files from the betas and previous versions that would harm your experience of use.
We will be very attentive to the next news coming from Apple’s software, although we should already focus on the iOS and iPadOS 13.1 betas that don’t include too many improvements but we hope they will continue to improve the performance and the autonomy.
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