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iOS 11 Release Due For These Devices Tomorrow
The next major platform update for iOS is going to be released tomorrow. Apple unveiled iOS 11 earlier this year at its WWDC 2017 conference. The software has been in beta since then and developers have been testing it out. iOS 11 is finally going to be released and the firmware update will be rolling out to the following devices tomorrow.
Apple confirmed the iOS 11 release date at its iPhone event last week. The confirmation ended months of wait for the release date of the next major platform update of its mobile operating system.
Those who own an iPad Air, Air 2, iPad Pro, iPad mini 2, 3, and 4 as well as the iPod touch 6th generation will be able to update their devices to iOS 11 starting tomorrow. All iPhone models from the iPhone 5S and up are support and will receive iOS 11 tomorrow as well.
Apple is going to start rolling out iOS 11 over-the-air tomorrow. It's going to take a few hours for the update to go live for all users across the globe, and there are hundreds of millions of them.
So even if you don't immediately see an update notification on your handset, rest assured, it will land on your device as soon as the update goes live in your region.


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