iOS 10 and watchOS 3 will be released on September 13

By , Sep 7, 2016

watchos 3 availability

Apple on Wednesday announced that iOS 10 and watchOS 3 will be released on September 13. This means that the two updates, which have been in beta testing since mid-June, will be available for download to the public.

Both versions of software were introduced during WWDC this summer, and each includes new features and improvements. watchOS 3 is supported by all Apple Watch models, and iOS 10 will work on iPhone 5 and newer devices.

Here are some of our walkthrough videos of the more notable new features in iOS 10:

And for watchOS 3:

Stay tuned to iDB for more coverage of iOS 10, watchOS 3 and today’s iPhone 7 event. And be sure to check back with us on September 13 for tips and tricks on updating your devices.

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  • Evan

    TVos software update? Same day?

  • pnh

    Just got developer 10.0.1 update available on my iPhone and installed it. Actually, I’m not sure if it is developer or final (14A403).

  • Y2J

    As much as I loved using the iOS 10 betas, I’m not sure I’m ready to give up my jailbreak.

  • ready1take1

    Can watchOS 3 run with an iPhone on iOS 9.3.3 (not gunna lose my jb)?

  • Cristian Meneses

    What about macOS? Any release date?

  • Malan Raja

    Can we run WatchOS3 on 9.3.3?
    If not i hope some developer will release a tweak to make it compatible!