Apple first unveiled iOS 11 back at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 in June this year. It talked about all of the new features that the upcoming update touts and released the beta builds. iOS 11 has been in beta for a few months now and it will soon be released to the public. Apple today revealed the iOS 11 release date for all users across the globe.

Many of the features in iOS 11 have already been detailed. They include the likes of screen recording, Apple Pay in iMessage, Siri translations, split screen mode for iPad, new control center, Do Not Disturb mode when you’re behind the wheel, and many more.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are the first mobile devices from Apple to run iOS 11 out of the box. These handsets also get new imaging features such as an enhanced Portrait mode and new effects that make Live Photos more expressive and fun.

iOS 11 is also going to bring augmented reality to hundreds of millions of iOS devices across the globe. It will provide a new platform for developers to build apps that enable users to place virtual content over real-world scenes.

Last but certainly not the least, Siri introduces new male and female voices in iOS 11 and is capable of translating U.S. Englis phrases into Chinese, French, German, Spanish, and Italian. iOS 11 is going to be released across the globe on September 19th.

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