Apple to Give Up on the iPhone 6s With iOS 16 Launch
Now that iOS 15 is already here, Apple can already start the development of the next big version of the operating system.
And in addition to new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes, iOS 16 is also expected to bring one very big change related to the devices that are actually supported.
In other words, iOS 16 will no longer run on the same iPhones as its predecessors, meaning that Apple will drop some older models in order to focus on new-generation devices.
A report from the French site iPhoneSoft, Apple wants to only support the iPhone 7 and newer once iOS 16 is released, so the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are finally getting the ax.
A preview at WWDC in the summer
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