Release Dates for iOS 11 & macOS High Sierra Revealed

Sep 12, 2017 - 8 Comments

Release dates for iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

Apple has announced that iOS 11 will be released to the general public on September 19 as a free download.

Additionally, macOS High Sierra will debut as a free download on September 25 for Mac users.

iOS 11 Release Date: September 19

The September 19 release date for iOS 11 was announced during the iPhone X and iPhone 8 event, and also appears on the iOS 11 page at Apple.com.

iOS 11 release date on Apple website

iOS 11 is compatible with many modern iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can see the full iOS 11 compatible devices list here.

In addition to iOS 11, September 19 will also be the launch date of watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 for Apple Watch and Apple TV.

Always backup an iOS device before installing system software updates.

MacOS High Sierra Release Date: September 25

MacOS High Sierra was not mentioned during the Apple event, however Apple updated their Mac webpage with a small mention of the release date being set for September 25.

MacOS High Sierra release date as seen on Apple webpage

A list of Macs which support MacOS High Sierra 10.13 can be found here.

Be sure to back up a Mac before attempting to install macOS High Sierra or any other system software update.

Users who are currently enrolled in the public beta and developer beta testing programs will be able to update directly to the final versions of iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra when they are available.

Currently, iOS 11 GM is available to download along with GM builds of watchOS 4 and tvOS 11. A GM build of macOS High Sierra is likely to arrive soon as well.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPad, iPhone, Mac OS X, News

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  1. Leslie R Busch says:

    McAfee did not trust OSXDaily and did not want me to open it up.

  2. Garry says:

    10.13 will be disappointing to all Mac users who do not have a boot volume SSD. So far, none of the 10.13 betas have converted HDD-only Macs to APFS and Apple has ambiguously indicated that APFS will not work on Fusion drive Macs either.

    Without APFS I can’t see the benefit of installing 10.13.

  3. BL says:

    iPhone SE, would you upgrade?
    Will apple still provide security updates for older phones without upgrade?

    OLD MacBook how does one get security updates with out upgrading OS?

  4. Panduan says:

    How about running macOS High Sierra on MacBook Pro early 2011 13″?

    I still afraid install it on my Mac and until now using Yosemite.

  5. Tony says:

    It is a pet hate of mine Apple never ever give us a size of the iMac updates. I just cannot understand why, but on an iPhone its clearly given.
    Some of us do not have open ended data allowances and lightening speed services, so timing a heavy d/l is a discipline we have to have.
    The size should be shown.

  6. Tyll Parker says:

    Will the Mail problems be fixed in High Sierra? Currently, Mail is unusable to send email and in slow to receive email.

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