Apple will stop supporting iPhone 6s and original iPhone SE running iOS 15 next year

A new report suggests that Apple plans to stop supporting iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus with the next year’s release of iOS 15. This comes after Apple maintained support for all of those devices this year with iOS 14.

The report comes from The Verifier, which has a mixed track record when it comes to Apple rumors. That said, it accurately reported that the iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 would not receive updates after iOS 12. It also accurately reported that iOS 14 would be compatible with all the same iPhones as iOS 13.

This would mean that iOS 15 would run on the following iPhones:

Línea de iPhone 2021 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 (2.a generación) iPod touch (séptima generación)

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were originally introduced in September 2015, followed by the iPhone SE in March 2016. The devices were incredibly popular and have received more than four years of software updates from Apple.

With the iPhone 12 mini and the second-generation iPhone SE, Apple now sells two modern devices that match the iPhone 6s design form factor. The second-generation iPhone SE is almost identical to the iPhone 6s in terms of design, but with the modern A13 processor inside. The iPhone 12 mini is physically smaller, but offers a larger screen due to its edge-to-edge design, along with the A14 processor and an improved camera system.

As for what to expect in iOS 15, we haven’t heard any rumors about new features or changes with the update yet. We don’t expect Apple to officially announce iOS 15 until WWDC 2021. Got something on your wish list? Let us know in the comments!

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