Whether you’re a fan of the Android world or the iOS world, one thing’s for sure… The Operating System that brings the iPhone to life is undeniably more efficient in using the features of the devices on which it is installed, bringing up another level of usability and practicality. However, what really jumps into the eye of consumers, is the support that Apple continues to give to their devices! After all, the North American apple giant continues to bring updates to a number of ‘old’ gadgets, even if they are about to enter retirement.
iPhone 6s released in 2015 will receive iOS 14! That is, will have support until 2021, height that will make 6 years old!
So last Monday, Apple unveiled the new version of its mobile operating systems, iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. Although they are still very similar, they are already beginning to show some differences in usability.
But as I said above, what is really important in the middle of all this, is that the new iOS 14 will support devices released in 2015, now see the compatibility list:
- iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (1st generation)iPhone SE (2nd generation), iPod touch (7th generation)
Impressively, the iPhone 6S (and 6S Plus) released in 2015 will receive another update! Getting it at exactly the same time as the latest iPhones 11. We are talking about devices that will enjoy 6 years of support from the manufacturer… Something that’s just a dream in the Android world, after all, even Google can’t do anything like its own Pixel smartphones.
iOS 14 will bring a new design… What of course is, will bring a new life to iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, etc.!
The new iOS brings a series of super interesting cosmetic changes, which curiously even bring some of the features that the Android ecosystem has had for some years now. However, forgetting this part, Apple returned to give a lesson in support of Google … In what is one of the biggest flaws of the world’s largest mobile operating system.
However, if you want to know what Google has in store for the new version of your OS (Android 11), if you have a Pixel smartphone you can now install the beta.
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