When it comes to Apple’s software updates, do you want to know about them?
Google News title Apple’s iOS software updates are all over the map article Google Now offers a pretty good overview of what’s going on in the world today, but Google Now does not offer a comprehensive overview of the updates.
This is partly due to the lack of any real-time information on these software updates.
Google Now also offers a quick overview of which apps are currently supported by the latest software updates as well as a summary of which features have been updated, but that information is lacking and is not always useful.
A better way to understand what is going on with Apple’s new software updates is to look at their timeline.
This allows us to see what the update is and when it is expected to go live.
Google’s timeline For Google Now, you can scroll through the timeline to see a list of the most recent software updates that have been pushed out.
For example, the latest iOS software update is currently on track for 5.1.2.
Here’s the current timeline: 1/17/2018 7:15AM iOS 5.0.1 is out!
It is available to download from the App Store and it is currently available to all iPhone and iPad users.
2/17 /18 7:05AM iOS 6.0 is out.
3/17 4:30PM iOS 7.0 (codename “Cocoa”) is released.
It is expected for a release on March 20, 2019.
4/17 5:20PM iOS 8.0 comes out.
5/17 6:30AM iOS 9.0 arrives.
6/17 8:45AM iOS 10.0 goes live.
7/17 9:20AM iOS 11.0 launches.
8/17 10:10AM iOS 12.0 ships.
9/17 11:30 AM iOS 13.0 and iOS 14.0 come out.
10/17 12:15PM iOS 15.0, OS X Yosemite and OS X El Capitan come out later in the year.
11/17 1:00PM iOS 16.0 drops.
12/17 2:30pm iOS 17.0 becomes available to purchase.
13/17 3:00 PM iOS 18.0 lands.
14/17 7:30 PM iOS 19.0 land.
15/17 18:00AM iOS 20.0 starts rolling out.
16/17 19:00M iOS 21.0 rolls out.
17/17 20:00 M iOS 22.0 begins rolling out to customers.
18/17 21:30M iOS 23.0 hits the App store.
19/17 22:00A iOS 24.0 update is released for iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and iPhone 6s.
20/17 23:00B iOS 25.0 introduces new iOS features, such as support for FaceTime, the Apple Pencil, and the new iOS Maps application.
21/17 24:00 iOS 26.0 also lands, including the ability to save the most important of your contacts, an iCloud Photo Library, and iCloud Drive integration.
22/17 25:30 iOS 27.0 brings the new Safari web browser and the ability for developers to integrate the new Apple Pencilled Keyboard into their apps.
23/17 26:00 Apple iOS 28.0 officially goes live, and iOS 29.0 adds a new version of iOS to the App Stores.
24/17 27:00iOS 30.0 marks the beginning of Apple’s major software update cycle.
It introduces a host of new features such as Siri, FaceTime and iCloud Photo Collections, and a new OS X Lion.
25/17 28:00 Mac OS X 10.11, OS 10.12, OS 11.1, OS 12.1 and OS 13.1 are released to customers via Apple’s online software update service.
26/17 29:00 macOS Sierra, 10.13 and 10.14 are released by Apple via the Mac App Store.
27/17 30:00 OS X Mavericks, Yosemite, and El Cap are released for customers via the AppStore.
28/17 31:00 tvOS 10.1 beta and tvOS 11.2 are released through Apple’s Developer Center.
29/17 32:00 iPhone OS X Mojave 10.2 and iPhone OS 10 and iOS 10 and OS 11 are released via the Apple Online Software Update Service.
30/17 33:00 iPad OS 10 with the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 2 are released.
31/17 34:00 iPods are released in the US and Europe.
32/17 35:00 iPod Touch 4G and iPad 4G are released with iOS 11 and the iPad Mini 3.
33/17 36:00 iBooks are released including the new iBooks app for iPad and the iBooks for iPad app for iPhone.
34/17 37:00 iTunes is released on iOS 10, OS 9.3, OS 8.2, OS