Apple new iOS 13 will not support iPhone6, 6 Plus, 5s, and SE

Many Apple vendors prefer to go to the iPhone’s smartphone instead of buying an even-awesome Android smartphone, but maybe they’ll change their mind when they hear this news.

New rumors show that the next version of iOS iOS 13 will not support some of the iPhone’s phones. If this is true, this is the first time we see this because the current version of the iOS platform supports all the phones that support iOS 11. However, if this rumor is true, iOS 13 will no longer support iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5s. In fact, it looks like Apple plans to end iOS 4 with 4-inch phones.

This decision is a bit strange, since the 6 and 6 Plus iPhones that were launched in 2014 were one of the best-selling iPhone smartphones in their generation, and there are probably a lot of people using it. On the other hand, if the news is correct, iPhone users will be unhappy with the iPhone, as Apple has actually supported the phones for only 3 years.

Apple plans to launch iOS 13 this year on June 3 at WWDC. So we have to wait until we get to know the definitive decision.

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