iOS 13 will no longer support iPhone 7 and below models.

According to past practice, Apple will release a new generation of iOS 13 system at the WWDC2019 Developer Conference in June this year. On the iOS 13 system, today, the Israeli website The Verifier reports that the new system will stop supporting a large number of iPhone and iPad models.

On the iPhone side, The Verifier report pointed out that iOS 13 will no longer support iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, meaning that 3 generations of iPhone products will stop supporting directly.

For iPad, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 will no longer be supported; on the iPod side, the latest generation of iPod touch will also face stop, which means if Apple No new products will be introduced, and support for the iPod touch series will be over.

Prior to this, both iOS 11 and iOS 12 supported 64-bit processor products.

At the moment, we are still unable to confirm the news. There are still uncertainties in the news, and it is not even a rumor. IT House will continue to pay attention to the incident and broadcast the latest progress in time.

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