As we get ready to welcome iOS 14.4, it’s high time to get interested in this, to say that … iOS 15, of course! The next major development of the operating system (no doubt) will be unveiled during the WWDC in June, and Apple will confirm the list of compatible devices on the occasion. is waiting, iPhoneSoft Revealed it and given the history of the site in the region, there is a good chance that it is correct.
Therefore iOS 15 should be installable on the following devices: iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS / XS Max, iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE ( 2020), iPhone 12/12 Mini / 12 Pro / 12 Pro Max, and of course the future iPhone 13 or 12s. Models that will not be eligible for iOS 15 will be iPhone 6s / 6s Plus and iPhone SE (2016). Already last year, we feared that these three smartphones would not go through the ramp, but iOS 14 was actually compatible. As we understand, iOS 15 will require an iPhone equipped with at least the A10 chip.
In the shelves of tablets, iOS 15 should be able to settle like a charm on the iPad Mini 5, iPad 6/7/8, iPad Air 3/4, iPad Pro 9.7 / 10.5 / 11 / 12.9 inches and models planned this year Created. We will say goodbye to the iPad 5, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4 which will remain on iOS 14.. For the iPod Touch, only Generation 7 will be compatible (it was the same for iOS 14).
Despite their A9X chip, the 9.7-inch (2016) and 12.9-inch (2015) iPad Pro can therefore benefit from the new OS. Will the same apply to Apple TV HD and HomePod (2018), two products that work with A8 chip? Hopefully, both these devices are still on sale today.
Edit – Details on compatible chips.