Apple has revealed that a new version of iOS 8 will be rolling out to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s this week.
The update comes after a long-awaited software release which, according to Apple, will make the iPhone even more “safer”.
The new version is called iOS 8.3, and it’s due out on the new iPhone on Thursday, March 12th.
It is also the first version of Apple’s OS to offer a redesigned Home screen, a new Control Center, new emoji, and new apps for Siri and Apple Music.
In a blog post, Apple confirmed that iOS 8 has been updated to address “the vulnerabilities in iOS that have affected a large number of devices”, and that it will now offer a more robust iOS experience.
It says it is working on “rebalancing the experience” of iOS devices.
Apple’s iOS 8 upgrade is being made available via an update called the iOS 9.0 beta, which was released on March 9th.
That update was rolled out in late March and is being supported by a number of Apple-branded and third-party software.
Apple has not disclosed the exact number of iOS 9 beta users who have already downloaded the new OS.
The iOS 9 update is available to download on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c, as well as the iPhone 4s, iPad 2, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro, and iPad Pro Air 2.
The iPhone 7, iPhone 7S, iPhone 8, and the iPhone 8 Plus will all be able to upgrade to iOS 9 on Thursday.
The latest iOS 9 updates, which will be made available to users on March 10th, include: