Apple has revealed the next version of its mobile operating system will be called iOS 11, but it doesn’t have a name yet.
The new OS will be announced at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on June 12, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
It will have a release date of “later this year” and will feature a number of new features, such as the ability to use Siri to navigate your iPhone and iPad.
The mobile OS is expected to be more secure, Apple said.
Apple previously said the mobile operating systems would have different user interfaces and be more “secure” than their iOS counterparts.
The company also confirmed that it is working on a new tablet OS that will run on its mobile devices.
The company said it would work on a tablet-based OS in 2018 and that it would “launch a beta of a new mobile OS in 2019.”
Apple’s tablet-related news comes as it tries to convince consumers to upgrade to the next-generation iPhone.
It has already announced it will make the next model iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus available in April, with a price tag of $999 for the larger iPhone 6s.
Apple is also working on software updates for its existing iPhone and iPod touch lines.
The iOS 11 software is due out on April 23.