“Since we’re still months away for the iOS 14 announcement,Apple might have a change of plans and not include iphone SE and iphone 6s in the list of supported devices”
List of devices that are expected to support iOS 14 includes
- iphone 11 Pro
- iphone 11 Pro Max
- iphone 11
- iphone XS
- iphone XS Max
- iphone XR
- iphone X
- iphone 8,
- iphone 8 Plus
- iphone 7
- iphone 7 Plus
- iphone 6s
- iphone 6s Plus
- iphone SE
However, since we’re still months away, Apple might have a change of plans and not include iphone SE and iphone 6s.
While its good to see Apple providing support for old iphones,how accurate the report is something that remains to be seen.
As for iPadOS 14
- Apple might drop support for a couple of iPads, such as,
- ipad mini 4
- ipad Air 2.
- The 12.9-inch ipad Pro 2016 and 2017
- ipad Air 2019
- ipad mini 2019,
- The 5th,6th, and 7th generation iPads
- The I I -inch, 10.5-inch and 9.7-inch ipad Pro are expected to get the iOS 14 update when released.
Separately, the Apple iphone SE 2 /iphone 9 will reportedly enter mass production in February and go official in March.The production is said to be shared between Foxconn,Pegatron, and Winstron. The iphone SE 2 to ship with a 4.7-inch LCD display, AI 3 chipset, and a single rear camera sensor.It is said to rock Touch ID for security and sport an iphone 8 like design.
iOS 14 will release in September 2020, likely in the third week of the month. Apple has a habit of launching its new iOS updates during the September month of the year. This would make a good match as it would be launched right at the time when Apple will announce its new iPhone.