iOS 10.3 Is Hinted To Come Out Very Soon; Backup Your Files Asap!

Mar 21, 2017 12:06 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

iOS 10.3 is highly anticipated to come out very soon. The theory stems from the maintenance status on the online store of Apple and the abrupt release of the seventh beta version, hinting at the potential release of the new iOS.

Apple's system status page reflects an "Upcoming Maintenance" status for its online store which is scheduled today, Tuesday, March 21 at 3:00 P.M. AppAdvice now predicted that the company will most likely release the anticipated iOS 10.3 as the maintenance status hints on the new software. Apple enthusiasts may expect the new operating system in the next days.

In another report, the upcoming iOS 10.3 is also believed to be coming out soon. The unusual turn of events in the company's release of beta testers seems to suggest the imminent release of the new operating system.

It can be recalled that Apple has just released the seventh beta version of iOS 10.3 on March 16. The release of the seventh version was unusual as Apple has just released the sixth version in just about three days prior to the March 16. iDropNews predicts that this abrupt release of the new iOS beta version suggests that the final version of the new iOS is now ready to be released.

Meanwhile, as the iOS 10.3 is looming to come out soon, Apple users are encouraged to prepare for its coming too. Apple users are advised to have a complete backup of their iPhone prior to upgrading to the new iOS.

According to ZDNet, the new iOS will convert the current file system of the iPhone into a new system. The upcoming iOS features "optimization for solid state storage, strong encryption, better file time stamping" which will affect the current system of the iPhone.

The new iOS offers significant improvements on the storage saving system of the iPhone. Users are encouraged to make a full backup of their files so as to be prepared if however, something goes wrong in the update process. Although there is no confirmed warning on the possibilities of encountering issues during the update process, it is still better to be safe than sorry.

Prior to the release of iOS 10.3, Apple users are advised to backup their files and there are two ways to do this. Files can be saved to the user's PC via iTunes or into the cloud via iCloud.

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