Apple Technology company is likely to declare iOS 14 in the second quarter of this 2020, during the annual Worldwide Developers Conference. It is important to know if you should expect it on your apple device or not depending on the generation of iPad or iPhones you are using.

As we all know, older iPhones often remain off the list of compatible devices with the latest version of the Cupertino operating system. According to reports from iPhone soft, iOS 14 may likely support all the devices that already compatible with iOS 13. Devices that were released in 2015 will receive the next iOS update.

Here’s the full list of the iPhones that will get iOS 14:
iPhone 12 (5G)
iPhone 12 Pro (5G)
iPhone 9 / iPhone SE 2
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 6S
iPhone 6SPlus
iPhone SE

And for iPadOS 14, here are the iPads that will be receiving it
iPad Pro 2020 (5G)
12.9″ iPad Pro 2015, 2016 and 2017
iPad Pro 10.5″
iPad Pro 9.7″
11″ iPad Pro 2018
iPad Air 3
iPad 5
iPad 6
iPad 7
iPad Mini 5

iPod Touch 7 users released last year will also receive the next update. Any other information surrounding iOS14 and iPadOS 14 will be communicated before the release date.

NB: The list – which we have above – is not official, which is why things could change in a few months. The possible exclusion of the iPhone SE would be even more logical if its much-talked-about successor were really to arrive in March, as has long been rumored.

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