Apple is expected to launch the next-generation version of iOS 6 in the coming weeks.
The software maker has announced the iOS 6.0.1 update for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The update will be offered in both the United States and the United Kingdom, according to Apple’s blog.
iOS 6 is scheduled to go live on September 26 in the United Arab Emirates, the United Republic of Ireland, Germany, France, Russia, Spain, and Italy.
The update will also be available for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE.
Apple is expected a few days ago to begin rolling out iOS 6, which is expected by some analysts to bring some significant changes to the way users use their devices.
Apple has been slow to release major new features for iOS 6 due to the limited supply of the software, and some analysts have even suggested that the company is planning to delay its new iOS 6 software update for a few more weeks.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal , Apple has reportedly been testing a new iOS update in preparation for the September 26 roll out date, which could lead to a delay in iOS 6 rollouts in the months ahead.
Apple is also planning to add more support for developers in iOS 7, as it has done in iOS 5, and the company may also introduce new features in iOS 8.
Apple has also been rumored to be testing a version of the OS that will support iOS 6 on some of its upcoming products, including the iPhone 7.
That update, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich, is expected for release later this year.
The company has also recently announced it will be releasing the latest version of its Apple Watch software, as well as the next generation Apple TV, which will launch in 2017.