Apple is all set for the worldwide release of iOS 10 download on 13 September while there is no official word on its precise launch timings across the globe. If the history of major iOS releases is any indication, it is an educated guess that the iOS 10 release will follow a similar pattern as with iOS 9 roll out and the launch will be set for 10am PST or 1pm EST.
The excitement level among the iOS fans has reached the pinnacle as the launch time of iOS 10 public release draws closer. In line with Apple's opening keynote at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June, it is confirmed that iOS 10 will feature a fully revamped Messages app, an improved Siri, and an all new Maps and Photos experience, besides a rich set of new interactive notifications throughout the operating system.
iOS 10 is reportedly tuned for a fully stable and performance-optimised system on compatible devices while Apple has remained silent about the precise release timings for various time zones across the globe.
Based on historical evidence of iOS release patterns, here is the worldwide-time-zone chart depicting what time iOS 10 will release in your city or area as you eagerly await its release over the next few hours (click here to see the magnified image):