Apple iOS 14 is expected to run on devices that support iOS 13

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Apple is expected to present the devices supported by iOS 14 and the much anticipated iPadOS at this year's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Apple iOS 14 is expected to run on devices that support iOS 13
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Recently, rumor has spread that iOS 14 will support all devices that currently run on iOS 13. A French website reported that it will be presented at this year's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) together with iPadOS. According to the leak, the iPhones are compatible with iOS 14:

IPhone 12 (5G)

IPhone 12 Pro (5G)

IPhone 9 / iPhone SE 2

IPhone 11

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IPhone 11 Pro

IPhone 11 Pro max

IPhone XS max

IPhone XS

IPhone XR

IPhone X

IPhone 8 Plus

IPhone 8

IPhone 7 Plus

IPhone 7

IPhone 6S

IPhone 6S Plus

IPhone SE

According to the report, iOS 14 understandably does not work for devices that were cut off with iOS 13. These are the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 6. With the iPadOS 14, which is also due to be released in June 2020, some of the older iPads, such as the iPad mini 4 (released in 2015) and the iPad Air, will be cut out 2 (released 2014). Here is the full list of supported iPads:

IPad Pro 2020 (5G)

12.9-inch iPad Pro 2016 and 2017

IPad Pro 10.5 inches

IPad Pro 9.7 inches

11-inch iPad Pro 2018

IPad Air 3

IPad 5

IPad 6

IPad 7

IPad Mini 5

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| Edited by: Chhavianshika Singh