Why I Think iOS 13 Will Not Support Devices Like iPhone 5s And iPhone 6

The iOS 12.2 beta 1 was released to the developers this week, which includes references that provide us with general ideas of Apple’s proposed product releases in early 2019. Last night, developer Steve Troughton-Smith insists that he discovered evidence of the next-generation of iPad mini, iPad, and iPod touch, and it pretty much just revealed all of the blueprints for the March event.

While in bed last night, I was contemplating why Apple choose to update their iPad mini and iPod products this year instead of last year or next year. Finally, I have concluded that maybe the old models won’t receive the iOS 13 updates. If that’s the case, then the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus will not be able to update to iOS 13 as well, since they use the same processor (except iPhone 5s uses even older processor) as the iPad mini 4 and iPod touch 6. Here is why I think iOS 13 will stop supporting these devices:

Every time when Apple decides to update their iPad mini and iPod touch, it’s because the previous generation won’t get new updates anymore. For instance, iPod touch 6 was launched after iPod touch 5 no longer receive any updates. Another case is the iPad mini 4, which debuted when its predecessor stopped seeing new updates.

What do you think about it? Do you agree with me? Share your thoughts in the comment section down below!

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