Wired.com — January 11, 2018It’s been two years since the last major firmware update to fix the widespread issues with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and the latest iPhone upgrade is already making its way into hands.

In fact, Apple says the next iPhone is due out in mid-April.

Apple says the software update will fix the issues that plagued the iPhones 7 and iPhone 7 Plus last year.

That update was pushed out on Tuesday to all iPhone 7 owners, and is only available for iPhone 7s, iPhone 7S Plus, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

The new software update is designed to improve performance, battery life, and battery life with an Apple-designed software that will be applied in the next few weeks.

The new software will improve battery life for the iPhone 8, iPhone X, and iPhone XS devices, according to a statement from Apple.

The company says the new software patch will allow users to upgrade to a newer iPhone, and if they’re still using the iPhone they’ll be able to continue using the software with the new iPhone.

A new Apple software update for the new iPhones can be downloaded from the iPhone Upgrade Program website.

The iPhone Upgrade program, which lets customers purchase a new iPhone for just $50, has also made a name for itself as a major source of iOS software updates.

Last year, Apple released the iOS 9.3.3 update, which improved performance and stability on the iPhone X. As noted by MacRumors, Apple has been working to improve the reliability of the software on iPhones.

Last year, it launched a new firmware update for all iPhone models, including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus.

Apple said the new firmware is designed for users to make the necessary changes to their phones and avoid downtime.

We’re committed to providing timely and reliable updates to all of our customers, and will continue to provide the best possible software support for iPhone users,” Apple said in a statement.