iOS 13 Supported Devices – Check your iPhone, iPod and iPad in the List Now

iOS 13 Supported Devices – The iOS 13 is officially releasing by Apple Inc. on September 19, 2019. Many of iDevices users are worried about their iOS devices either they are compatible with iOS 13 or not.

Let’s dive straight in to know that without wasting any time;

iOS 13 is designed to give your iPhone a whole new look. And take it to a whole new level

According to them, iOS 13 will be launched with many enrich features with a range of new add-ons. As an iPhone or an iPad user, you will be considering to download and install iOS 13 on your iPhone.

But before thinking of having a close look at all the features and updated add –on, you must first check your iDevices because many old iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch have been left out. Obviously that’s very disappointing news for many users whose device is not in the below “iOS 13 compatible devices list”.

But we all should have to understand that running the latest features and add-ons on the older devices and older technology is a big challenge for Apple. That’s why Apple has released a list of iOS 13 compatible devices.

Let’s find out:

iOS 13 Compatible iPhones

iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11
iPhone Xs Max
iPhone Xs
iPhone XR
iPhone X
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 8
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 7
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone 6s
iPhone SE
iOS 13 Compatible iPhones List

iOS 13 Supported iPods

iPod Touch 7th Generation

iPad OS 13 Supported iPads

9.7-inch iPad Pro
10.5-inch iPad Pro
11-inch iPad Pro
12.9-inch iPad Pro
iPad (5th generation)
iPad (6th generation)
iPad mini 4
iPad mini (5th generation)
iPad Air 2
iPad Air (3rd generation)
10.2 iPad (7th generation)

iOS 13 Unsupported Devices

iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 5S (and older)
iPad Mini 3
iPad Mini 2
iPad Air (2013)
iOS 13 Supported Devices

Your Picks

So, does your iPhone is compatible with iOS 13? Or you own an iPod Touch or iPad and want to explore all the new exciting features of iOS 13. What’s your take from the above list of iOS 13 supported devices? Do let tell us in the comment section below


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