Last week, Apple held a big event in San Francisco to introduce the new version of iOS (and something about an iPad.) In that event, the company mentioned that the new iOS would be set to arrive on Friday 11 March.
Normally, Apple sticks by its release dates. But this week, there's word that Apple is ready to jump the gun and release the update ahead of schedule.
This morning, Boy Genius Report suggested that the update was going to arrive Tuesday at 18:00 UK (10 AM Pacific.) The deadline came and went without a release, but that didn't stop the rumour mill from churning.
Apple Insider now reports that the update will hit the general public at the same time on Wednesday. Two days ahead of schedule.
And if that doesn't happen, well, Mac Inspector has it on good authority that users will be able to get their hands on the update some time on Friday ...
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