Does Apple offer support for its vintage iPhone lineup (Chart)

Apple kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference with the unveiling of iOS 14. And just like every year, millions of Apple fans are now eagerly waiting for the official release of the latest edition of the mobile operating system.

However, as technology advances, and the demand for usage increases – Apple left out old models of iPhone from its newest iOS release. For example, last year, the users of the 2013 iPhone 5s and 2014 iPhone 6 and 6 plus were not able to upgrade their devices to the latest version.

But things are changing for iPhone lovers in 2020.

The Apple Company has extended the lifecycle of iPhone models over the years and this year’s upgrade will be available to all iPhone running on iOS 13.

Check out the infographic below to find out if your iPhone is compatible with the latest upgrade.

Chart: Statista.

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