iOS 7 launching on September 18

Today Apple announced that iOS 7 will be rolled out to iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad mini, and iPod touch 5th. gen on September 18. If you're wondering what you'll be getting, it's best to check out our full preview of iOS 7. Obviously the big thing is the new user interface focused on keeping things flat, but there are some more subtle touches too, like a new lock screen and notification layout, Control Center, and lots more.

Stay tuned to our ongoing coverage of today's iPhone event!

Simon Sage

Editor-at-very-large at Mobile Nations, gamer, giant.

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karanpanchamia says:

can I have the link of the wallpaper used in the above iphone please ?

Tinostre says:

I am a whore when it comes using up my hard drive space, how much space will we need for iOS 7 on iPad?

swiftideaz says:

Do we know when developers will get the new IOS 7 beta 7 or GM?

Vanti says:

No word as of yet. Sucks that there is no live stream doesn't it.

piftee says:

Does anyone know, was it mentioned if it will be an OTA update?

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jlb21 says:

I'd rather be able to try it out on my Mini before I put the thing on my 4. I guess I'll just wait for a while.