At the end of last week, Apple released iOS 13 Beta 7. In the update, a screenshot was hidden that indicates
IPhone 11 Released
Screenshot of iOS 13 beta 7 under a hidden nameHoldForRelease contains the Calendar app with the date September 10, Tuesday. That is why September 10 may be the likely date of the next event from Apple, in which new products will be presented, including the iPhone 11.
It is worth noting that last year a similarthe screenshot contained the date of September 12, and it was on this day that the American company made a presentation. Therefore, we have every reason to believe that this time the rumors are not mistaken and precisely indicate the release date of iPhone 11. Moreover, the techno giant almost always conducts its presentation during the second week of September, usually on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.
September 10, we expect the release of three newiPhone Last year, the iPhone XS and XS Max were released in September, and the iPhone XR came out in October. Pre-orders for new smartphones may begin as early as September 13, and the start of sales in the first wave countries is likely to take place on September 20. In addition, Apple often releases updates for iOS two days earlier than the new iPhone, so iOS 13 may be released on September 18.
What's new in iOS 13 beta 7
In addition to the detected hidden screenshot in the newBeta, the firmware also contains a number of improvements and changes. In particular, the background of folders on the desktop turned gray again. Also, users can now delete attachments in messages. During a conversation, press “i” and press and hold a photo, link or document to bring up a menu to delete it. There are new options to determine what to do with messages from blocked senders in Mail. You can move them to the trash or mark them as blocked and leave them in your inbox (the default option).
Silence Unknown Callers Function: When you switch to Silence Unknown Callers, a new text appears in the Phone app that lets you know that incoming calls will continue to come from people in your contacts, recent outgoing calls, and Siri offers.
New format for displaying photos in the "All Photos" tab. Do Not Disturb settings now sync properly between iPhone and Apple Watch.