It was only a few minutes since Apple released the RC (Release Candidate) of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. This is already the latest beta for developers. All this after confirming at the Apple Event that its official launch for the public will take place Monday, September 20, despite having released iOS 14.8 a few days ago. This is a decision that responds to the fact that the launch must take place before Friday, September 24, which is when the iPhone 13 hit the market.
iOS 15 is already on the verge of its launch
As we have previously discussed, Apple has announced at the end of the iPhone 13 presentation event that the release date of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 will be September 20. This has meant that the RC has had to be launched today so that developers and beta testers can test this final version that will be the one that finally reaches all users next week.
If you are not an expert in the world of Apple betas, you should know that before the official launch of a new version of the operating system, the Release Candidate (RC) is released. This is a final version that developers and public beta testers can install and will be the same one that reaches general users on September 20. That is why if you install it right now, on monday you shouldn’t do anything since you have the final version on your device. What can happen is that some kind of serious error has crept into the security performance and it is forced to change this RC, although it is something strange.
Unsurprisingly, Apple has not changed its traditional calendar that can be seen every year. Just before the launch of the new generation of iPhone, the new iOS is released. This is because these new equipment will reach the hands of users with this version installed, and not with iOS 14. That is why it should always be released to all users days before as it has happened on this occasion. In addition to iOS 15 or iPadOS 15, watchOS 8 or tvOS 15 will also be released this day, of which the RC version has also been released. The only one left behind is macOS, which will have a different release date for another year.
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