While Apple has announced that they’ll release iOS 10 to the public on Tuesday, September 13, they haven’t specified the exact time of day when it will be released. However, they usually release updates of this type around 1PM Eastern Standard Time.
While we here at MacTrast are no good at calculating time zones, the fine folks at Redmond Pie are, and they have calculated what time 1PM Eastern in the U.S. corresponds with in all of the other time zones around the world. PLUS, they published the handy chart seen below. So now you’ll know the exact time to begin cursing when your iOS device tells you it will be 5 hours until the update is downloaded.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to Redmond Pie for the above chart.