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What devices will support iOS 13


Apple sent out invitations to the presentation of iOS 13. Despite the fact that the company did not say so directly, it is obvious that it is the update of the mobile OS that should become the headliner of the entire event. That’s just access to it, unfortunately, not everyone will get it. presents to your attention a selection of devices whose owners will be able to install iOS 13, as well as those that may not get this opportunity

iOS 13 promises to be one of the most ambitious updates to the operating system since iOS 7. Despite the fact that you should not expect a significant redesign from the OS, the planned innovations will prove to be extremely resource-intensive. As a result, this may lead to the fact that some devices, unfortunately, will be excluded from the list of compatible ones.

Devices that won’t get iOS 13

According to rumors, iOS 13 will not receive the following devices :

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPhone 6/6 Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPad Air / Air 2
  • iPad mini 2/3/4

This information is unconfirmed and therefore relying on it 100% is not worth it. However, we assume that Apple may discontinue support for all of these devices. Especially possible refusal to further service the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which have only 1 GB of RAM.

IOS 13 devices

  • iPhone 6s / 6s Plus
  • iPhone 7/7 Plus
  • iPhone 8/8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone XS / XS Max
  • iPad 2017
  • iPad 2018
  • iPad Air 3
  • iPad mini 5
  • iPad Pro 9.7 / 12.9 (2016)
  • iPad Pro 10.5 / 12.9 (2017)
  • iPad Pro 2018 11 / 12.9 (2018)

Among the most noteworthy innovations of iOS 13 include mouse support for the iPad, common applications with macOS, a system night theme, as well as advanced health-tracking functions.

When iOS 13 Releases

It is noteworthy that the release of iOS 13 – for the first time in the last few years – may take place in the winter. According to the developer Stephen Troton-Smith, he managed to find out that the code name is iOS 13 – 2019WinterSeed, which can be translated as “Release in the winter of 2019”. Everything would be fine, but the name iOS 12.3, which was released a few weeks ago, was called 2019SpringSeed, which translates as “Release in the spring of 2019.” This is a definite pattern since in iOS 13 we are waiting for common applications with macOS to test which Apple may take longer.


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