Apple’s updated router with the latest iOS 9 and iOS 10 will be available for purchase in select stores in Israel on Wednesday.
The update comes one week after Apple confirmed the launch of its newest version of the iOS platform, with the company saying it would be available “in the coming days.”
Apple said in a statement to The Jerusalem Report that it will “provide details about the rollout in the coming weeks.”
The statement didn’t say what the company would do with the update.
Apple also released the following update to its router, noting that the company will begin accepting pre-orders for the updated router at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, August 10, 2017.
Apple said that customers will be able to pre-order the router through its online store, the company’s online store for iPhones and iPads, or through the App Store.
The router will cost $199 and will be delivered in July 2019, according to the company.
It’s not clear what, if any, Apple plans to do with this update.