This story is part of . All the latest coverage from Apple’s WWDC annual developers conference.
included, among a slew of new product releases ( ), the announcement of . Starting Wednesday, owners of compatible iPhones will be able to install Apple’s newest operating system, which was originally announced in June at the . Among the , Apple previewed a for the first time on the iPhone, as well as a more . The new iOS 14 update will also let you while doing other things and .
As with any new iOS update, you may be wondering whether you’ll still be able to use your old iPhone or if it’s time to upgrade to a newer version. When last year, it announced the update would work with , and newer models. This year is the same — Apple isn’t excluding the iPhone 6S or its older version of the iPhone SE.
Here’s the official list of devices that will work with. If you’re buying a new phone in the fall, it’ll come with the new iOS installed.
Devices that will support iOS 14, iPadOS 14
|iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max||12.9-inch iPad Pro|
|iPhone XS and XS Max||11-inch iPad Pro|
|iPhone XR||10.5-inch iPad Pro|
|iPhone X||9.7-inch iPad Pro|
|iPhone 8||iPad (6th gen)|
|iPhone 8 Plus||iPad (5th gen)|
|iPhone 7||iPad Mini (5th gen)|
|iPhone 7 Plus||iPad Mini 4|
|iPhone 6S||iPad Air (3rd gen)|
|iPhone 6S Plus||iPad Air 2|
|iPhone SE (2020)|
|iPhone SE (2016)|
|iPod Touch (7th gen)|
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