iOS 15 supported devices and will drop support for iPhone 6S

iOS 15 will drop support for iPhone 6S

It’s 2021, and most likely, iOS 14 will be replaced by iOS 15. Before Apple’s event later this year, rumors circulated that it would provide potential support for older devices.

iPhoneSoft iPhoneSoft users will see an iOS 15 compatibility report detailing Apple’s plans for support when it comes to iOS 15. It specifically specifies which older devices will not receive upcoming iOS software updates. According to the iOS 15 compatible devices report, the iOS 15 software update will no longer support the iPhone 6S, the original iPhone SE, and the iPhone 6S Plus. 

However, this rumor tells us that Apple often does not support several other devices. According to an initial report, the iPhone will most likely support iOS 15 when it launches. Furthermore, here is the iOS 15 supported devices list in 2021.

iOS 15 compatible iPhones

  • iPhone 13 Mini 
  • iPhone 13 
  • iPhone 13 Pro 
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max 
  • iPhone 12 Mini 
  • iPhone 12 
  • iPhone 12 Pro 
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max 
  • iPhone SE 2020 
  • iPhone 11 
  • iPhone 11 Pro 
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max 
  • iPhone XS Max 
  • iPhone XS 
  • iPhone XR 
  • iPhone X 
  • iPhone 8 Plus 
  • iPhone 8 
  • iPhone 7 Plus 
  • iPhone 7

iPhone not compatible with iOS 15 

iOS 15 will not be available for download on A9 chips, namely: 

  • iPhone 6s 
  • iPhone 6s Plus 
  • iPhone SE 2016

iPadOS 15 compatible iPads

Here are the iPad models that support the iPadOS 15 software update.

  • iPad Pro 2021 (5G) 
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (since 2015) 
  • 10.5 inch iPad Pro 
  • iPad Pro 9.7 inch 
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (since 2018) 
  • iPad Air 3 
  • iPad Air 4 
  • iPad 6 
  • iPad 7 
  • iPad 8 
  • iPad Mini 5

iPads not compatible with iPadOS 15  

iPadOS 15 will likely not be available for download.

  • iPad Mini 4 
  • iPad Air 2 
  • iPad 5

As you can see from the iOS 15 supported devices list, they also include some devices that Apple has not yet announced.

However, with the release of iOS 14, the iPhone 6 was no longer supported. Not surprisingly, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, launched in 2015 with the release of iOS 15, will no longer be supported.

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