Apple will drop support for iPhone SE, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in next year’s release of iOS 15, according to a rumor shared today by the Israeli website The verifier.
If the rumors are correct, it will mean that iOS 15 is compatible with the following Apple devices:
The site said last year that iOS 14 would be the latest version of iOS that iPhone SE, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus would be compatible with, which would not be a surprise as Apple often delivers software updates for about four or five years after the release of a new device.
IPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were originally launched in September 2015, followed by iPhone SE in March 2016.
The verifier does not have the biggest track record when it comes to accurate leaks with both hits and misses, but it accurately predicted that iOS 14 would be compatible with all iPhones and iPod touch models capable of running iOS 13.
There is no word on which iPads are capable of running iPadOS 15, but if iPadOS 15 is compatible with all iPads capable of running iPadOS 14, it works on iPad Air 2, 3rd generation iPad Air, iPad mini 4 and 5, 5th, 6th and 7th generation iPads and all iPad Pro models.