Apple’s biggest iOS update ever, iOS 14, will roll out this fall and it’s going to bring features to the iPhone including inline replies in iMessage, disappearing apps and widgets, compact call notifications and a totally redesigned Home screen. Basically, it’s going to drastically change (and improve, hopefully) the way you use your iPhone. And if you’re wondering if your current iPhone will support iOS 14, the answer is probably yes.
iOS 14 will be supported on the iPhone 6s and later, which is every iPhone that has been released in the last five years. We’ve listed the complete list of supported iPhones, below, along with when each was originally released.
• iPhone SE (2020)
• iPhone 11 (2019)
• iPhone 11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max (2019)
• iPhone XS/ XS Max (2018)
• iPhone XR (2018)
• iPhone X (2017)
• iPhone 8/ 8 Plus (2017)
• iPhone 7/ 7 Plus (2016)
• iPhone SE (2016)
• iPhone 6s/6s Plus (2015)
Also, if you own an iPod touch that’s already running iOS 13, it will also support iOS 14.
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