By Vanessa Frith, EnStars | Aug 27, 2013 02:56 AM EDT
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Apples brand new iOS 7 has long been rumored to have a fall release date but new documents may confirm an early September reveal.
Now that the iPhone 5S and 5C are slatted for launch on Sept. 10, it is natural to believe that their operating system, the iOS 7, will follow close behind. A copy of a recent email sent to developers at Nuance (the company behind Siri) states that the new system will be revealed the same day as Apples flagship phones, according to Owened.
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The iOS 7 was announced at the World Wide Developers Conference in June. Several interesting new updates have Apple aficionados anxiously anticipating the systems arrival on their mobile devices.
Several outlets have reported that the new OS is a major departure from the look and feel of previous Apple updates. The familiar feel of an Apple backed device is removed and instead there is an even cleaner, more open look, according to The Verge.
While the icons are all apparently different, other updates include new camera and photo app changes, according to the Christian Post. New filters will help satisfy those who use their mobile devices to capture memories. Meanwhile, notifications and settings have easier access and maneuverability has been improved, the Christian Post reports.
Look for iOS 7 to be coming to mobile devices shortly after the reveal.
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