Apple supports much of the equipment Android competitors. In fact, they receive several updates at the operating system level. Only one day has to end. That said, there are devices that will be excluded from new updates. I speak specifically of iPhone SE (first generation), iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus whose support is coming to an end. That is, they will no longer be entitled to iOS 15 coming next year. Remember, however, that these models are still entitled to iOS 14.
The end has come for those who have an iPhone 6 or 6S!
Although it has not yet been possible to verify the authenticity of all information, this source has correctly guessed that it revealed.
So let’s take a look at the equipment that will be entitled to the next version of iOS, iOS 15.
Let’s start with the latest family. I’m talking specifically about iPhone 12. So, we have iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Mini, and iPhone 12 Standard. Then we have the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Next we have the iPhone XS. An equipment that remains very current. Of course, the iPhone XS is also included. Then there are the iPhone XR and the iPhone X. The list also includes the iPhone 8, which is basically an iPhone X, on the inside, in a smaller format. Then we also have the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone SE (second generation) and finally the iPhone touch (seventh generation).
It is really a shame that the iPhone 6 is left out. It’s really good equipment, and interestingly, there are a lot of people still buying it, especially on platforms like OLX.
They have a small format similar to that found on the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone SE.
While these dropouts are always boring, it is not surprising that they have been excluded. After all, we are talking about equipment launched five years ago.
IOS 15 should only be made official at WWDC 2021. At the moment there is not much information on this system yet. In fact, this is almost the first leak. Do you like Leak? We count on you! Follow us on Google News. Click here and then click Follow.
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