IOS 14 supports all iOS 13 compatible devices
IOS 14 supports all iOS 13 compatible devices

According to the latest report published by (The Verifier), the new generation of Apple iOS (iOS 14) (later this year) supports all iOS (iOS 13) compatible devices released in September. The Apple operating system is connected to all iOS devices that can run the current iOS 13.

The report cites information from previous versions of iOS 14 that were verified by reliable sources during the Apple development process. The next generation operating system will work on older devices such as z (iPhone 6s), (iPhone 6s) plus), and the original iPhone SE.

The full list of compatible devices includes: (iPhone 6s), (iPhone 6s Plus), (2016 iPhone SE), (iPhone 7), (iPhone 7 Plus), (iPhone 8), (iPhone 8 Plus) and (iPhone X)) iPhone XR, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max iPhone SE.

According to this report, the new operating system will also support the company's seventh-generation iPod touch, which was launched last year. IOS 14 is said to be the latest update to the iPhone 6S series and the iPhone SE was originally launched. In 2015 and 2016, respectively.

Verifier website states: iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will get two-year software support, which means iOS 15 will be available in 2021.

New rumors are repeating news in January, which also claims that (iOS 14) is compatible with the original versions of iPhone 6s and iPhone SE, both of which are powered by Apple (A9) processors.

It should be noted that (the investigator) has a mixed record if the information leaks from Apple because the information released last year for iOS 13 device compatibility is correct. However, a lot is related to the functions of the operating system (iOS). The device prediction and expansion are wrong.

Apple is expected to be released at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2020) on June 22 (iOS 14).

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