Apple's iPhone 4s. (Photo : Michael Oleaga)
The installation for iOS 7 has led to troubles by iDevice owners.
As Latinos Post reported, Sept. 18 is the worldwide release date of Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 7 for the iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, and the fifth-generation iPod touch.
The iOS 7 will automatically come equipped in the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s when the smartphones launch on Sept. 20 across Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the United Kingdom and U.S.
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Apple device owners have, however, received messages stating "Software Update Unavailable."
"Software Update is not available at this time. Try again later," read the message for many iPhone owners.
While Apple has not commented on the issue, it is likely due to the massive numbers of iPhone owners installing the iOS 7.0 update during the same time frame.
As a recommendation, iPhone owners should wait until later in the day before downloading the latest mobile operating system.
Apple device owners are also strongly encouraged to back up their gadget, such as on iCloud, before installing, iOS 7.
View new slideshow screenshots of iOS 7, click here.
The iOS 7 will feature improvements to the Control Center, Notification Center, AirDrop, Photos, Safari, Siri, and the introduction of iTunes Radio. iOS 7, as it has been featured in the beta versions, will come with a male voice for Siri.
According to Apple, iOS 7 has been engineered to utilize the 64-bit technologies built in the iPhone 5s smartphone. With iOS 7 and the incoming iPhone 5s, the new fingerprint sensor will come into play with the Touch ID system.
"iOS 7 is completely redesigned with an entirely new user interface and over 200 new features, so it's like getting a brand new device, but one that will still be instantly familiar to our users," said Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federigh in a statement. "Next month we'll be shipping our 700 millionth iOS device, and we're excited about what our hundreds of thousands of iOS developers are doing to bring great new features to their apps."
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