A leaked list prior to the official launch of iOS 14 speculates that this operating system and iPadOS14 will not run on all iPhones and iPads.
According to the site The Verifierer Responsible for filtering a list of iPhone where iOS 14 is supposed to run, some terminals could be out of the support of this system, including only the 2015 models.
WWDC 2020 will be held virtually on June 20, as usually happens with these types of events, a number of rumors have emerged, mainly related to the new Apple operating system, iOS 14. Now this leaked list could confirm these speculations. about iOS 14 running on iPhones with iOS 13 installed or failing 2015 models onwards.
The source quoted by The Verifier points out that these will be the iPhone models compatible with iOS 14:
iPhone SE (2020)
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone XS Max
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone SE (2016)
iPhone 6s Plus
iPod Touch (seventh generation)
Apparently the source close to the iOS 14 development team revealed this information to the media, although this could be good news for many, the truth is that Apple could be sending a message to its users of the brand’s old models.
Rumors suggest that the Xcode for iPad, a more advanced password manager in iOS 14, automatic and integrated translators for Safari and possible changes to the iPhone home screen will be presented, the latter according to recent leaks from the site 9to5mac.
Weeks ago the channel ConceptsiPhone, He published a video with a conceptual design created through leaks, of what the initial screen of iOS 14 would look like and the appearance of widgets that apparently will appear in this new version of the Apple operating system.
The WWDC 2020 serves to show news related to its operating systems iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, watchOS, among others. This event will take place online due to the coronavirus quarantine on June 20.