Apple has its ways of developing some trends. Annually, the company displays the latest variant of iOS and macOS at the WWDC event. Even if we still got a lot until the event, there is some information regarding some great features that iPhone and iPad users could get from iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.
According to the newest report, iOS 14 will come as available for all smartphones that support iOS 13. Such a fact indicates that even the iPhone SE will get the 14 update’s features. There are, unfortunately, some iPad versions that won’t support the iPadOS 14. How big that news would be and how much iOS users will be affected, we will find out soon.
The Next-Generation of iPhone and iPad Will Arrive with iOS 14
Each iPhone that was released after the iPhone 6 series will get to enjoy the upcoming iOS 14. The next-gen smartphones are likely to arrive with iOS 14, possibly the iPhone 12 series.
Unlike iOS 13, known as a major hit with its abundant features, the iOS 14 is speculated to be a little more sophisticated when it comes to features. However, it could fix some problems that are currently making a hard time for some iOS 13 users. It could also secure the whole OS.
iPhone and iPad Models That Will Support iOS 14
From iPhone 6s to 11 Pro Max, the upcoming iOS 14 is going to be available. Besides those devices, the 7th generation of iPod Touch will also receive the upgrade.
As for iPad models, users with devices from the 12.9-inch iPad Pro to those with the 3rd Gen iPad Air will enjoy the iOS 14 experience. Except for those variants, iPads that will be released this year will also arrive with iPadOS 14, which is a lightly bifurcated version of iOS 14 for wide-displays.
As we will move closer to the launch of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 beta versions, we will most likely get more details on the Apple’s future mobile operating system.
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