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Apple may end iOS15 support for 6s and 6s+

There are rumors that Apple may end its iOS15 support for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. iPhone 6s and 6s plus were introduced in 2015 and one of the popular models at that time. Apple introduced 3D screen, which wasn’t very successful and eventually dropped in later models.

There are hardly any issues of these phone with iOS 14 and hardware seems more than capable to handle iOS14 very well. This Apple’s move seems to fit its patter of planned obsolence, runs againts its environment sustainability. Of course this is a rumor, we may know more details probably in WWDC.

If the rumor is true, then iOS15 will run on following devices:

  1. 2021 iPhone lineup
  2. iPhone 12 Pro Max
  3. iPhone 12 Pro
  4. iPhone 12 mini
  5. iPhone 12
  6. iPhone 11
  7. iPhone 11 Pro
  8. iPhone 11 Pro Max
  9. iPhone XS
  10. iPhone XS Max
  11. iPhone XR
  12. iPhone X
  13. iPhone 8
  14. iPhone 8 Plus
  15. iPhone 7
  16. iPhone 7 Plus
  17. iPhone SE (2nd generation)
  18. iPod touch (7th generation)

As far as iPadOS, we don’t have any information/rumors yet. Any thoughts?

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