Apple launched the much anticipated iOS 10 at the WWDC 2016 announcing that it is the biggest iOS release the company has ever seen. The iOS 10 will succeed the iOS 9 and its sub-versions like iOS 9.3.3.
The version release was of course the developer preview which is for now only available to registered Apple developers and will soon be available for public beta testers. The official release for the public at large will only take place by fall.
So those excited for the upgrade can check out the list of devices compatible with the update and even those which are not.
- The iPhone 6s
- The iPhone 6s Plus
- The iPhone 6
- The iPhone 6 Plus
- The iPhone SE
- The iPhone 5S
- The iPhone 5C
- The iPhone 5
- The iPad Pro 12.9-inch
- The iPad Pro 9.7-inch
- The iPad Air 2
- The iPad Air
- The iPad 4th generation
- The iPad Mini 4
- The iPad Mini 3
- The iPad Mini 2
- The iPod Touch 6th-generation
The list of devices that are not compatible with the latest iOS include:
- The original iPad
- The iPad 2
- The original iPad mini
- The iPad with Retina Display (3rd Gen)
- The iPod Touch 5th-generation
- The iPod Touch 4th-generation and older models
- The iPhone 4S and older models
The update will be rolled out as a free one this fall, most likely at the iPhone 7 launch event. For those of you who have their devices listed under the non-compatible section, its time you upgraded your device. To check out all the new features slated to appear on the update, CLICK HERE.