Apple launches iOS 7 on iOS 7.1, new features

Apple is launching iOS 7, a brand new version of the mobile operating system, on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

The new software, iOS 7 El Capitan, is due to be released to developers on Tuesday.

The iOS 7 update will include the new iOS 7 camera app, a redesigned “Touch ID” lock screen, and support for more than a dozen third-party fingerprint scanners.

The update will also include support for Apple Pay and iCloud payments, and will make it easier for users to use Apple Pay, Apple Pay in the iTunes Store, and iCloud.

Apple has already begun accepting beta software for beta testers, with more than 1.5 million people signed up for the beta program.

Apple will continue to roll out new beta software, with the iOS 7 release expected to be the first in September.

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced iOS 7 at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday.

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are expected to debut on September 24.

The iPhone 6 is the first iPhone to come with a full-fledged iPhone SE.

The new iPhone is the only one of its kind to use the new iPhone SE processor.

The 6s is the smallest iPhone ever to hit the market, and it’s the first smartphone to feature a fingerprint sensor.

The sensor is also included in Apple Pay.

Apple will sell iPhone SEs in the United States starting next week.