Apple is said to be working on the next-generation operating system, iOS 14, which may be launched together with the iPhone 12 at the end of 2020. Recent rumours indicate that later this operating system will be compatible with all devices that can run iOS 13 at this time.
Apple regularly updates the list of devices that are compatible with iOS, deletes old models, and reduces the number of devices that support software. This year seems a little different.
France’s iPhonesoft website shows this year’s iOS release will support all the same devices as iOS 13. Of course, iOS 14 will also support new devices, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone SE 2.
Like iOS 13, iPhone SE will also support Apple’s new operating system. But, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus won’t support it.
Unlike iOS 14, the latest iPadOS will not support the same method. The list of iPad supported using iPadOS will not include all devices compatible with iPadOS 13.
Apple will discontinue support for iPad mini 4 and iPad Air 2. They suggest the A8 and A8X chips will not be compatible with the new iPadOS.
Despite all the news, Apple itself has not given an official statement. iPhonesoft is not yet known to accurately predict device compatibility.
In 2019, iPhonesoft suggested the iPhone SE would not support the switch to iOS 13. However, the end of the prediction was missed. However, the French website accurately predicts the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 will be able to use iOS 12, reports TechRadar.