As it is normal at this time, the doubt about which device will be able to receive this latest version of iOS. However, the tech giant Apple has already revealed which devices will receive the latest version of iOS, of course, the iOS 11. This new version of iOS comes to end support for 32-bit applications, as it was already known, which will cause many Apple devices to lose support. This decision is not new and the tech giant Apple had been warning it for some time. So, the end of support now comes to the iPhones 5 and 5c, which were released in 2012 and 2013 respectively, and that are the next devices to lose support and updates from Apple. The full list of Apple smartphones that will still be supported by iOS 11 can be seen below:-

iPhone Models

iPhone 7 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 6s iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus iPhone SE iPhone 5s

Also on the iPad segment, there are changes, but here you will notice them less. Support is lost for some models, but the main lines remain with the ability to run iOS 11. The list of these devices that will be able to run the iOS 11 can be found below and goes from the iPad 2 mini to the now released 10.5 inch iPad Pro.

iPad Models

iPad Pro 12.9 in. 2nd generation iPad Pro 12.9 in. 1st generation iPad Pro 10.5 in. iPad Pro 9.7 in. iPad Air 2 iPad Air iPad 5th generation iPad mini 4 iPad mini 3 iPad mini 2

Lastly, and because this device is still used, is the list of iPod Touch that will have support for iOS 11. However, the list is short and supports only one model:-

iPod Model

iPod touch 6th generation

Many will not be satisfied, but upgrading to iOS 11 requires support that multiple devices no longer have. Still, when compared to other systems, the tech giant Apple continues to guarantee upgrades to smartphones that in many cases would have already been abandoned. So, what do you think about this? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.