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iOS 14 Beta iPhone 6S Compatibility

As many of you know, iOS 14 Beta iPhone 6S Compatibility and iPadOS 14 are expected to receive some little information about Apple WWDC software, which is likely to start in June. During the announcements, we will find out which model will support the upcoming Apple update. It turns out that the French publication iPhonesoft has some insight when it comes to the device compatibility list with iOS 14 beta, even stating that the older iPhone 6s will make the cut.

The list of iOS 14 beta devices may also include iPhone SE.

The French website reports that the iPhone SE, released back in 2016, will be included in the compatibility list of iOS 14 beta devices. What is surprising is the rumors about updating the iPhone 6s, a model that appeared almost five years ago. Every other device launched since then will also receive an update, according to rumors. iPhonesoft has provided a list of compatible models below, and this will naturally include the upcoming iPhone 12 series.

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  • iPhone 12
  • 12 Pro
  • 12 Pro Max
  • SE 2
  • 11 Pro
  • 11 Pro Max
  • XS
  • X
  • 8 Plus
  • 8
  • 7 Plus
  • 7
  • 6s
  • 6s Plus
  • SE

As for the iPadOS 14, it is rumored that Apple’s iPad mini 4 will not be updated. The tablet was released back in 2015. It is expected that all other iPad models released after it will be updated to iPadOS 14.

  • iPad Pro 2020
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro
  • 11 inch iPad Pro
  • 10.5-inch iPad Pro
  • 9.7-inch iPad Pro
  • iPad 7
  • 6
  • 5
  • mini 5
  • Air 3

As always, you should refer to this compatibility list for iOS 14 beta devices with a little salt, since we will officially know which models will be updated. If iPhone SE and iPhone 6s are upgraded to iOS 14 beta compatibility, this will once again demonstrate continued support for older devices, demonstrating Appleā€™s commitment to deliver the latest features to users who are still tied to older models. It also raises a lot of criticism among Android phone manufacturers and how they should catch up when it comes to delivering software updates over the long term.

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