Last week, right after the keynote of the new iPhones, we published a kind of release schedule for Apple's upcoming software updates. At the time, Ma had announced that the iOS 13.1 would be available on September 30, with the iPadOS. Not the case, however.
For unknown reasons, the giant of Cupertino has decided to advance the launch of both systems: now, iOS 13.1 and iPadOS (which apparently also come with version number 13.1) will arrive by now. next Tuesday the 24th.
Good news for iPhone users, as a .1 update always comes in to fix the inevitable bugs and instabilities found in the initial update of a new system. It's even better for iPad owners, though, since iPadOS hasn't yet been made available by Apple with the change, so tablet users will be able to enjoy the new system almost a week earlier than expected.
Otherwise, Apple's schedule remains unchanged. O tvOS 13 is still scheduled to arrive on the day 9/30, while the macOS Catalina follows no release date set Apple promises new system to October, without specifying the day.
iPhones 11 and 11 Pro
Meanwhile, Apple has already made available the fourth beta of iOS 13.1 for iPhones 11 and 11 Pro (Max). The update is exactly the same as yesterday's release for other devices, the only difference being that now the new iPhones (which will be released tomorrow) can now be used for testing.
For now, the developer-only test version, but we'll let you know when public beta paint in the Apple Beta Software Program.