best guess: tuesday.
Yeah, it’s usually Tuesday two weeks after WWDC.
After WWDC, new Versions comes last Year after 4 Weeks... and the first ones in monthly steps....
we have to wait...
I’ve said this several times over the last few years, so here it is again, since someone is asking...
The observed timeline Apple tend to follow is roughly 2 weeks between developer/public beta OS releases, the exceptions are as follows:
- WWDC - 3 weeks (last year 4 weeks) after initial announcement/release day tends to be when beta 2 comes out
- Emergency bug fixes can cause both early releases, and delays, which also often cause different OS’s to become out of sync
- US Public holidays do have an effect, especially when they fall on an expected release day
- Nearing official release often causes weekly beta releases
WWDC often causes the extra week(s) because all of Apple’s developers are at WWDC. An obvious statement yes, but until this year I often saw complaints or arguments about when the next beta was going to come out in previous years, while this year, this is the first thread I have come across that even asks the question.