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Which iPhone model will be discontinued updates in 2023?

Which iPhone model will be discontinued updates in 2023?

a Apple released iOS 17 However, it was announced which iPhone models will not receive updates in 2023. Almost all devices released in 2018 will be covered by the new version of the OS, but there are some exceptions.

In the year prior to the release of iOS 16, the company had already abandoned models with A9 and A10 processors, including the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE (1st generation).


It is important to stress that even if the iPhone No longer receiving updates, it will continue to function until further notice. However, over time, some apps may lag and support will be limited.

If you are thinking of buying a new device, it is recommended to choose from the latest devices, such as the iPhone 11 or the latest releases, such as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. These models will have updates and support for a long time and offer better performance and updated features.

On the other hand, the new version will not cover the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, which have the A11 Bionic processor.

List of models that will receive iOS 17

  1. iPhone 14 Pro Max
  2. iPhone 14 Pro
  3. iPhone 14 Plus
  4. iPhone 14
  5. iPhone 13 Pro Max
  6. iPhone 13 Pro
  7. iPhone 13
  8. iPhone 13 mini
  9. iPhone 12 Pro Max
  10. iPhone 12 Pro
  11. iPhone 12
  12. iphone 12 mini
  13. iPhone SE (2020)
  14. iPhone 11 Pro Max
  15. iPhone 11 Pro
  16. iPhone 11
  17. iPhone XS Max
  18. iPhone XS
  19. iPhone XR

Furthermore, it is important to note that this information is based on speculations and leaks, and only the official release of iOS 17 can confirm which models the update will actually cover.

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Therefore, if you are worried about your iPhone updates, it is recommended to research and choose a model that is still within Apple’s support period, which ensures a longer time for updates and maintenance of future apps and features.