According to a current report, Apple plans to support all iPhone models with the upcoming mobile operating system iOS 14, which were already compatible with iOS 13. The same applies to the iPod Touch, writes the Israeli IT website The Verifier calling on one "Trustworthy source from the development process" Apple.
The home button remains
This was meant that Apple was also taking iPhone 6S and 6S plus from 2015 to the new iOS year – as well as the first generation of the iPhone SE of 2016. Furthermore, the newer touch ID models were iPhone 7, 7 plus, 8 and 8 plus to iOS 14 compatible, as well as the face ID devices iPhone X, XS, XS MAX, XR, 11 and 11 Pro. For the iPod Touch it has to loud The verifier be a device of the seventh generation. This was published in autumn 2019 with A10 chip.
2 GB of RAM are mandatory
Apple had cut off with IOS 13 last old Zopfe and deleted devices from the compatibility list that had less than 2 GB of RAM. The 6s, 6s-Plus and SE models of the first generation should no longer participate the jump on IOS 15. That the first SE is still supported is interesting because it has only a small screen with 4 inch – developers must pay attention to their apps that their design still "fits".
What about the iPad?
Roten, Apple will also make iOS 14 even more aging models, ghosts since January through the scene. It remains unclear how the situation looks at iPados 14 and Apple’s tablets – here are no information leaked. Tablet-OS over its own operating system trunk with iOS 13 is also presented in summer in version 14 when the manufacturer stops at its full-way release cycle.
Apple plans a completely online developer event on 22. June. Release of the final version was then allowed to be in the fall. Apple is known to provide even alter units with new operating system versions – the period of around five years is always maintained.