Trending firm to Apple to dramatically reduce the number of old models of supported phones iPhone end its support for several generations of phone with system access operating the newest iOS 13.
This comes after to support the company through its system operating iOS 12, all device that can run iOS 11, enhanced performance in all the old models up to iPhone 5s.
Increases report that the new operating system iOS 13 not named iPhone 5s, and iPhone SE, and iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
The Apple has released the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, for the first time in 2014, and achieved a great success for the company, and the lead KJ for iPhone best-selling.
Expanded Apple TV compatibility with previous versions through iOS 12, who was working on the old models such as iPhone 5s released in 2013, and try the iPad air the original, which allowed for the largest possible number of Apple devices get all the new features andsecurity enhancements.
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May be a new step as a company’s response to the criticism he received about how to measure its performance on older devices, it seems logical to choose Apple ending support for older devices in its list of currently supported, foldable devices page old about 5 years ago.
According to the chart prepared by the company Statista presents the sales of the iPhone yearly since 2007 to 2017, the Apple TV was not able to sell the amount of the iPhone itself that it was able to sell it in 2015, so as not retreated from their previous positions, and issued at the end of the 2014 iPhone redesigned with a larger screen.
And still millions of people are using iPhone 6, 6 Plus, to this day, according to the report, the iPhone compatible with iOS 13: the versions of iPhone for the year 2019, and iPhone XS, and XS Max, and iPhone XR, and iPhone X, iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and iPhone 6s, and 6s Plus.
While the iPhone is compatible with iOS 13: the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and iPhone SE, and iPhone 5s, in addition to computers iPad mini 2, and iPad Air.
Recall that is scheduled to reveal the Apple TV system by operating the latest iOS 13 through the floor of the main within its annual conference for developers WWDC 2019, to be held on Monday 3 June.