No wonder with the release of iOS 11, Apple has cut the mustard. As per expectations, this shall continue with the upcoming Apple’s OS, come rain or shine! And we see it eye to eye as we agree with the noble decision that Apple has taken this year. It removed any further support for the 32-bit apps on devices that used to run only run 32-bit apps, as for example the Apple iPhone 5c. To go into the depths of which device shall be compatible to run the upcoming iOS 12, you need to check out our chart of iOS 12 supported devices as mentioned below.
iOS 12 Supported Devices: Which Devices will be iOS 12 Compatible?
Expected to be out in the month of September or around next year, Apple with iOS 12 will definitely have to decide whether or not all existing devices should support this upcoming Apple’s OS. And as far as the technology is concerned, a new list of compatible devices is the need of this hour. As per expectation, this is what we have predicted in order to get an idea of the list of devices that would be compatible for iOS 12. you have to download ios 12 beta version first.
- iPhone 5S (A7 Chip)- This is the first device that comes with the 64 bit app support
- iPhone 6- The A8 chip processed on the 20 nm process supports the 64 bit apps
- iPhone 6 Plus- Yes
- iPhone 6S- The A9 chip, comes on this device with the enhancement of better performance speed
- iPhone SE- Yes
- iPad 2017- Yes
- iPhone 7- The A10 chip on this device comes with 30% faster processing when compared to its predecessor.
- iPhone 7 Plus- Yes
- iMac Pro- Yes
- iPhone 8- The new A11 chip with the support for the 64 bit and Neural Engine
- iPhone X- Yes
- iPad Mini 4- The A9 Chip very much compatible with iOS 12
- Apple iPad Air- Yes
- iPad Mini 2 & 3- Yes
Drawing the Closure
As per the Cupertino tech giant, it will leave no stone unturned concerning its business. Therefore, giving lights on this front, it depends on what the tech giant will decide in the next couple of months to spill the beans about the upcoming OS. Given that Apple this year with its iOS 11 has dropped support for the 32-bit apps, the next year’s OS may also have a few other surprises packed up. One may stay tuned to us for further updates on iOS 12 supported device and more news concerning the new Apple’s flagship OS.