Wondering if iOS 14 will work on your iPhone? Here’s the full list of compatible devices
In 2019, we found out only iPhones from the last four years would be compatible with iOS 13. in this article, we’ll tell you exactly if your iPhone will be compatible with iOS 14.
Apple announced an array of
new features coming to iOS 14
this fall at its Worldwide Developers Conference on june. iOS 14 has introduced a
new app organizer and home screen widgets
for the first time on
as well as a
more compact Siri interface.
The new iOS 14 update will also allow you to play a video thumbnail (Picture in Picture) while doing other things and add face coverings to your Memoji.
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 the Cupertino based brand
released iOS 13
in 2019, it announced the update would work with iPhone 6S, iPhone SE (2016) and newer models. This year is the same — Apple will also support the iPhone 6S as well as older version of the iPhone SE.
While the new iPhone update won’t be available until this fall, developers can easily
download and install the iOS public developer beta
— everyone else can try the public beta later this July. However, we recommend you only try this if you have an older iPhone that you don’t use as your daily driver.
Here’s the full list of devices that that are compatible with iOS 14. If you’re planning to purchase a new iPhone in the fall, it’ll ship with the iOS 14 installed.
Devices that will support iOS 14
Apple says that iOS 14 can run on the iPhone 6s and later, which is the exact same as iOS 13. This means that any iPhone supported by iOS 13 is also supported by iOS 14. Here’s the full list:
- iPhone SE 2
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11
- 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 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone SE (1st generation)
- iPod touch (7th generation)
It’s amazing to see that the iPhone SE and iPhone 6s are still supported. Apple fans were impressed that iOS 13 kept support for the devices, and now that is being extended to iOS 14 too.
Again, iOS 14 is available as a developer beta and available to public beta users in starting this July. Apple says a public release is on track for later this fall. The update includes a wide range of new features, like widget support on the home screen, new Apple Maps capabilities, picture in picture support, and much more.
See all of the new iOS 14 features here.