Apple WWDC 2022: Only THESE iPhones will get iOS 16 support!
Apple will announce iOS 16 support at WWDC 2022. Know which iPhone models will get support.
After seeing the releases of iOS 15 and the subsequent iPhone 13 series, we're all set for the iOS 16 announcement. Apple is expected to announce the new software update at Apple WWDC 2022 on June 6. Though it's still a couple of days away, leaks and rumors have already taken over the internet. While the new iOS update is likely to bring a bunch of new exciting features, It is expected to drop support from a few older iPhone models. However, anything would be confirmed only after its launch. Till then you can check out the list of iPhone models that are likely to get iOS 16 support here.
iOS 16 supported iPhones
Apple tries to support most of the iPhone models in every new iOS update but there are a few older models every year that couldn't make it to the list. iOS 15 which was released in 2015 had dropped support from the iPhones older than iPhone 6S. Apple drops iOS update support from older models due to the hardware limitations of the camera, or the chip inside certain iPhone models. Now an early leak suggests that the iPhone 6S along with the iPhone 6S Plus and original iPhone SE won't get iOS 16. This means the new iOS update will bring everything from the iPhone 7 onwards i.e, iPhone 7 series, iPhone 8 series, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 12, iPhone 13, iPhone SE 3 and others. Also Read: iOS 16 for your iPhone is bringing some BIG changes! Know them all here
Every iOS release comes with a major feature and a bunch of minor improvements as well. If you still have an iPhone 8 for instance, you may get some of the small features in iOS 16 when it arrives. But you may most likely miss out on a few upgrades that Apple will showcase. Also Read: iOS 16 coming soon to iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and more! Here's what to expect at Apple WWDC 2022
iOS 16 update features (expected)
iOS 16 is rumored to arrive with an array of features like improved notification system, dark mode/night mode shift, more theme and widget options, improved health app, Siri integration, and a new multitasking management interface to iPadOS.