iOS 15 includes new features like the ability to start FaceTime calls with Android users, easier sharing on iMessage and updates to Apple Maps. In terms of privacy-focused improvements, iOS 15 expands on-device processing to further limit the potential circulation of your data, and gives you more information about what data third-party apps are collecting from your Apple devices.
It’s official: Apple’s iOS 15 will be generally available to download on your iPhone on Monday, Sept. 20. The wide release of the mobile operating system was revealed during Apple’s iPhone 13 event on Tuesday, where we also got a first look at the latest iPhone model and the Apple Watch Series 7. If you simply cannot wait, iOS 15 is currently available as a public beta (here’s how to download iOS 15), but at this point you should probably just hang on until the stable release shows up. (Here’s how to preorder the new iPhone 13 too.)
Want to know if you’ll be able to download iOS 15 on your iPhone once it’s generally available? Here are all of the supported devices (below).
Read more: Apple’s iOS 15 beta is here, but watch out for these bugs
Will iOS 15 work on my iPhone?
The following iPhones will be compatible with iOS 15, according to Apple:
iPhone 13 Mini
iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone 13 Pro Max
iPhone 12 Mini
iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone XS Max
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 6S Plus
iPhone SE (first and second generation)
iPod Touch (seventh generation)
For more, check out everything we know about iOS 15, how to download iOS 15, and how to go back to iOS 14. You can also take a look at the best new features for WatchOS 8 and see if your computer is compatible with MacOS Monterey.
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