Apple’s 2015 release of iOS 9 was a hotly anticipated update mainly because the prior year’s mobile software, iOS 8, fell short of people’s expectations in some ways. With iOS 9, however, Apple not only added a number of new features but also cleaned up the software to iron out many of the wrinkles users had been complaining about.
iOS 9 isn’t done being updated just yet. Apple released iOS 9.2.1 on Tuesday and another upcoming release, iOS 9.3, adds several of new features such as Night Shade and additional 3D Touch shortcuts. But Apple will unveil iOS 10 later this year during its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, and expectations are high to say the least.
While Apple’s new feature additions for iOS 10 remain a mystery, it looks like the date on which iOS 10 will be unveiled was likely just uncovered by some simple sleuthing. More →