iOS 15 Update Coming To These Devices: iOS 15 Update Full List

iOS 15 update is getting ready. The older Apple devices will not be getting the latest iOS 15 update. The current reports suggest Apple is planning to abandon iOS 15 support for the first generation iPhone SE. The list may further include iPhone 6S, and iPhone 6S Plus. All the three devices received iOS 14 update. 

iOS 15 Update Coming To These Devices: iOS 15 Update Full List

The next iOS 15 update will release in 2021.

Most that all the iPhone models have the iOS 14 update. The next generation iOS 15 system will be released before the launch iPhone 13 series. Older phones as iPhone 5s iPhone 6 may not also get the latest iOS 15 update. 

iOS 15 Update: Upcoming iOS 15 Update Full List

List of iPhones which will support Apple iOS 15 update

iPhone 13 series 

iPhone 12 Pro Max

iPhone 12 Pro

iPhone 12 Mini

iPhone 12

iPhone 11

iPhone-11 Pro

iPhone 11 Pro Max

iPhone XS

iPhone-XS Max

iPhone XR

iPhone X


iPhone 8 Plus

iPhone 7

iPhone-7 Plus

iPhone SE 2020 (2nd generation)

iPod touch (7th generation)

Also: Google Stadia Coming To Apple iOS

Google Stadia, the cloud gaming service from the searh giant is finally coming to iOS. The public testing schedule will be soon rolled out in the coming few weeks. Though, Google Stadia is not coming to iOS as a standalone app but as a web app which will be able to run on any mobile browser.

The Stadia gaming web app will run on the Apple Safari browser. 

Microsoft is also planning to launch the xCloud streaming service on Apple browser. Apart from Microsoft and Google, also Nvidia made a beta web app version available. The GeForce Now cloud gaming service is now available on iOS. Google have officially confirmed the cloud gaming service.

The Stadia Twitter handle tweeted that the first phase of iOS support is coming to Stadia. Stadia is already available on Google Play Store for Android devices. Companies are no more coming up with its own cloud gaming platform as standalone apps for iOS as Apple has put out restrictions on software whichs streams games on iPhone and iPad.

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