The release date for iOS 14 is still far away, but we are enjoying the last major iPhone operating system update, iOS 13, so the next update will take place later this year.
Indeed, Apple has not remotely released the official ones announced for iOS 14. Next big iOS update.
Some of these are obvious, such as 5G support when Apple finally decides to release a 5G iPhone that will work on the next generation of phone networks. If Apple can fold it in some way, iOS 14 has software that does the job.
Other iOS 14 features require some speculative jumps to imagine what adjustments Apple might make in the continuous improvement of the iPhone operating system.
iOS 14 release date and beta schedule
Given that last year’s big iOS update was announced on September 19, one day before the new iPhone series this year, we speculate that iOS 14 will be released in late September 2020. Be the first phone to get the next iOS.
Assuming Apple has been following the past few years, it will probably announce iOS 14 at the annual WWDC conference. The first public beta will be released later this month, with a new beta coming after the developer version accordingly.
Which iphones will get IOS 14
The new firmware developed by Apple will be available to a wide range of users starting September 19th. Which iPhones support iOS 14? The software is not available on all smartphones, but can be installed by owners of older models. The following is a complete list of iPhones that support the new Agios.
• iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 9 / iPhone SE 2
• 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / 11
• XS / XS Max
• XR / X
• 8/8 Plus
• 7/7 plus
• 6s / 6s Plus
• iPod touch (7th generation
You can install the operating system as well as those who have devices supported by iOS 14. Owners of older versions of the iPhone (6, 6 Plus, 5, 5S) can also take advantage of this novelty, but conferencing will not work on the phone WWDC 2020.
iOS 14 compatibility
Apple did not leave the phone behind when introducing iOS 12, but the latest jump to iOS 13 was supplemented by removing two generations of iPhone handsets older than the iPhone 6S or iPhone SE. It’s all guessed that older iPhone generations will not be able to install iOS 14 as it is unknown what new features Apple needs to raise the threshold at which iOS phones can download new versions of iOS.
When Apple releases the first iOS 14 beta, you’ll almost certainly know which iPhones can’t be upgraded. For now, the best guess is that the iPhone 7 will be the cutoff point. The big question is, is iPhone SE getting an iOS 14 update?
All the fuss of the iPhone SE 2, launched in March 2020, leads us to think it doesn’t, but another rumor suggests that Apple will continue to support iPhone 6S and SE and beyond. Suggests that Of course, there is always the possibility that Apple will change its mind in the coming months.