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For the first time ever, you can actually install iOS 11 and iOS 10 on a Mac.
iOS 11 is a completely new, unified version of iOS that includes features like the Apple Watch app and new animations for Siri, Photos, Messages, Calendar, and Safari.
It’s also a big upgrade to Siri, which now has support for the new voice commands, including a way to use your iPhone to tell Siri to make a coffee and make a toast.
If you’re an iPhone owner with iOS 11, it’s time to update your device and install the software.
You can find out how to do that here.
For most people, this is a relatively easy update.
There’s no need to upgrade your device if you’ve already updated to iOS 10.
If you’ve got a new iPhone, you should have a chance to see if it’s ready to upgrade.
If you’ve been waiting for Apple to officially release iOS 11 in September, you might want to be more patient.
If Apple releases the software in November, you’ll have to wait until after the holidays to install it.
If iOS 11 isn’t ready for use by the end of the year, you probably won’t see it until sometime in the second half of 2019.
Apple said it won’t release any software in 2019 until it has a stable release for developers to use.
You might also want to make sure you’re using the latest version of macOS Sierra or the upcoming macOS High Sierra.
If it’s a time of year when you can’t wait for Apple’s software to be ready, here are some tips for installing iOS 11.