A few days ago, we reported that Apple was planning to roll out iOS 10 on October 27.
Since then, Apple has updated the software to the newest version of iOS, which was released on October 10.
And now, FireFox is also scheduled to go live on October 26.
Apple has made several tweaks to iOS 10.
The biggest changes include the removal of the App Store and the addition of a new app store for developers.
The app store, called the “Developer Center,” will be integrated into iOS 10 as well.
Apple also released a new version of the iPhone app store called the Apple Store, which allows developers to showcase their apps and add their own widgets to them.
This will allow Apple to better support developers who have released their apps through the AppStore.
According to the latest reports, Apple is also preparing to roll the new version out to users on October 29.
Apple is expected to roll iOS 10 out on October 28, with a date set for October 29 for users to upgrade.
Users will get a new notification from the Settings app on the home screen, asking for their Apple ID password to sign in to the new app.
The notification will also ask users to accept the new update.
If you’re a developer, it will be important for you to upgrade your app to the updated version before October 29, as iOS 10 will not support a newer version of Apple’s codebase.
As we’ve previously reported, Apple’s iOS 10 developer community has been complaining about this, and it looks like Apple is finally doing something about it.
The update will arrive on the iOS 10 beta channel, but there are a couple of reasons why it may not arrive for the public:There’s no official release date yet, so we’ll have to wait and see if Apple has a better way of making sure the beta app is available.
But we’re also excited to see if the update is as timely as we think it is.