This year we expect that with Apple keeping to tradition, they will be announcing iOS 13 at WWDC mid-year, followed by a release of the update in the later part of the alongside their iPhones. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that devices running iOS 13 have already been spotted.

According to MacRumors, they have discovered within their analytics that some devices running iOS 13 have been spotted on their website. In fact the first time such devices were spotted was back in October last year, with increased visits from such devices every month. Like we said, given that it’s almost like a tradition of Apple to release major iOS software updates annually, this is more or less to be expected.

At the moment it’s really anyone’s guess as to what iOS 13 will be bringing to the table. iOS 12 was said to focus on the quality of the update in general, and apparently some of the flashier features were pushed back to a later release, which we can only assume is iOS 13. There have been rumors claiming that the update could also focus more on iPad users, such as introducing a revamped Files app, in-app tabs, and so on that will help transform the tablet into a more efficient productivity device.

In any case we’ll have to wait until June before we get the details, but hopefully datamining will reveal some of that ahead of time.

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