Older iPhone Models and the Apple iPhone X will not get iOS 17


iPhone 10

Apple recently unveiled iOS 17, which has some noteworthy features, including Live Voicemail, NameDrop, and StandBy mode. In line with new iOS releases, a few older iPhone models—this year, the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus models—are not supported.

To be compliant with Apple's requirements, those who want to test out iOS 17 will need a device from the iPhone XS series or later. It appears that the outdated A11 Bionic chipset is the bottleneck for the iPhone X and 8 series since the second and third-generation iPhone SE models are still supported.

When we switch to iPadOS 17, we can see that Apple is discontinuing support for its first-generation iPad Pro models and the 2017-released fifth-generation iPad.


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