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Apple officially announces iOS 7 availability dates for the public

We know this is not the thing your waiting for, as Apple has announced two of it's new iPhone's, the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C along with iOS 7. Where we saw the company's CEO Tim Cook announcing the arrival dates of their new Operating System.

As we have already seen the developers preview and number Beta updates previously for iOS 7 and also know what to expect from the American multinational corporation's new Operating System. At today's Event at Apple's Campus in Cupertino, the company announced the availability details for the public.

As the company's CEO shared the details of distribution, this new iOperatingSystem 7 will be compatible with Apple iPhone 4, 4S and the 2012 flagship iPhone 5, iPad 2, 3, 4 and iPod Touch 5th generation. Users having the listed devices will get an over-the-air update from September 18th.