A new report suggests that Apple plans to drop support for the iPhone SE, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus with the release of iOS 15 next year. This comes after Apple has made compatibility with all devices this year with IPS14.
The report has arrived VerifierIt has a mixed track record when it comes to Apple rumors. That being said, it accurately stated that the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 iOS 12 will not receive past updates. It accurately states that iOS 14 will support the same iPhones as iOS 13.
This means that iOS 15 will run on the following iPhones:
- 2021 iPhone lineup
- IPhone 12 Pro Max
- IPhone 12 Pro
- IPhone 12 mini
- IPhone 12
- IPhone 11
- IPhone 11 Pro
- IPhone 11 Pro Max
- IPhone XS
- IPhone XS Max
- IPhone XR
- IPhone X.
- IPhone 8
- IPhone 8 Plus
- IPhone 7
- IPhone 7 Plus
- IPhone SE (2nd generation)
- IPod Touch (7th generation)
The iPhone SE and iPhone SE Plus were originally launched in September 2015, followed by the iPhone SE in March 2016. The devices were incredibly popular and received more than four years of software updates from Apple.
Along with the iPhone 12 Mini and the second-generation iPhone SE, Apple now sells two modern devices that match the form factor of the iPhone 6S design. The second-generation iPhone SE is almost identical in design to the iPhone 6S, but with a modern A13 processor inside. The iPhone 12 Mini is physically small, but offers a larger display due to the A14 processor and an advanced camera system as well as its edge-to-edge design.
What to expect in iOS 15, we haven’t heard any rumors about new features or changes with the update. We don’t expect Apple to officially announce iOS 15 by 2021. Do you have anything on your wish list? Let us know in the comments!
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