iOS 11 Release & Time: 5 Things to Expect & 3 Things Not To

iOS 11 Release & Time: 5 Things to Expect & 3 Things Not To is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile.

The iOS 11 release date for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is confirmed and today we want to walk you through a few things you can expect from the iOS 11 release date and release time next week.

Apple’s released the final iOS 11 beta and confirmed a global release date for September 19th. The company didn’t confirm a specific iOS 11 release date but we know precisely why you can expect the company to deliver the new software.

As we push closer to the iOS 11 roll out it’s important for iOS users to set correct expectations about the update, its release and its download time.

For instance, we expect the iOS 11 update to be a fairly sizable download for iPhone and iPad users. There’s also a very good chance we’ll see Apple release new versions of iOS 11 shortly after the iOS 11.0 release on Tuesday.

This guide outlines what to expect from the iOS 11 release date, release time, and iOS 11 problems. It also goes over a few things you shouldn’t expect from Apple and the release of its new operating system.

These predictions will help average iPhone and iPad users, people new to the iOS operating system, and those of who haven’t been following along set realistic expectations as we push toward release day.

iOS 11 Release Time

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iOS 11 Release Time

The iOS 11 release date is set for Tuesday and here's when you can expect the update to roll out for your device. 

Apple usually releases new iOS updates in and around 10AM Pacific. Give or take a few minutes. We expect iOS 11 to arrive Tuesday morning for all devices capable of running the new software. 

This is important to remember because it means there's no reason to check for the update anytime before then. Don't expect Apple to push the date up. 

If you live outside of the United States, your release time could come early in the morning or late in the evening. 

iOS software usually hits London at 6PM. If you live in Melbourne, Australia, you'll need to stay up much later. iOS software typically drops there at 3AM.

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iOS 11 Release & Time: 5 Things to Expect & 3 Things Not To is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile.