iOS 11 Compatible Devices: Does your iPhone/iPad Support iOS 11?

Which are the iOS 11 compatible devices? Head over to this post to check out the names of iPhone and iPad that support iOS 11.

Thinking whether or not your iPhone or iPad supports the all new iOS 11? You are not alone as there are many iOS users who are on the same page. So, which are iOS 11 compatible devices?

It’s official now. Apple has dropped the support for 32-bit devices. Hence, it won’t support iPhone 5/ 5c or earlier iPhones. Jump over to find out the iOS devices that support iOS 11!

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iOS 11 Compatible Devices

iOS 11 Compatible iPhone and iPad

These 64-bit Apple devices are compatible with iOS 11:

iPhone

#1. iPhone 5s

#2. iPhone SE

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#3. iPhone 6

#4. iPhone 6 Plus

#5. iPhone 6s

#6. iPhone 6s Plus

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#7. iPhone 7

#8. iPhone 7 Plus

#9. iPhone 8

#10. iPhone 8 Plus

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#11. iPhone X

iPad

#1. iPad mini 2

#2. iPad mini 3

#3. iPad mini 4

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#4. iPad (5th generation)

#5. iPad Air

#6. iPad Air 2

#7. 9.7-inch iPad Pro

#8. 12.5-inch iPad Pro

#9. 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st generation)

#10. 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation)

iPod touch

  • iPod touch (6th generation)

Wrapping up

It had been rumored for a long time that Apple would finally drop 32-bit devices from the compatibility list of iOS 11. The tech giant has done it to empower the security of iOS devices.

There are many famous apps which haven’t been updated for a while despite being warned repeatedly by Apple. With iOS 11 only supporting 64-bit apps, developers have got no other option but update their apps. (How to identify 32-bit apps on iPhone and iPad. )

If your iPhone is compatible with the latest iOS version and you have a developer account, you can download and install iOS 11 beta on your device in order to test it in advance.

If you haven’t been able to catch up with all the major iOS 11 features, head over to this post.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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