Apple announced that its operating systems, in addition to tvOS 14 and watchOS 7, will be available one day after the event.
New Apple operating systems, including iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, will be available on Wednesday, September 16.
Apple announced the availability date on Tuesday, September 15 during its Time Flies event. The operating systems were originally announced in June, during the digital edition of the WWDC developer event. Since then, all four operating systems, plus macOS Big Sur, have been in open beta and for developers.
The availability of iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS is different than macOS Big Sur, which typically occurs about a month after the first operating systems. Apple usually releases a new version of macOS in October, along with new Macs.
iOS 14 is, without a doubt, the operating system of all the new versions that generate the most interest. The new version includes changes to the interface that have never been seen before. iOS 14 now includes Widgets on the home screen, there are changes to call notifications, Siri no longer covers the entire screen, the Picture in Picture function of videos comes to iOS and there are general changes in native apps such as Messages or Safari.