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.
While the new iPhone update won't be available until this fall, developers can still-- everyone else can try the public beta later this month. However, we recommend you only try this if you have an older iPhone that you don't use as your primary phone.
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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