These are iPhone and iPad compatible with iOS 11 - NewCydiaTweaks


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Thursday, September 7, 2017

These are iPhone and iPad compatible with iOS 11

New versions of Apple's mobile operating system always bring good and bad news. The good thing is that we have a system that is improved and updated annually, taking care of the millimeter every function and graphic aspect . The bad thing is that because of these changes, an entire generation of devices is obsolete.
With iOS 11 there is no exception. Although still in beta , we can already see almost all of its new features in all their splendor, but unfortunately, many users will not be able to enjoy them because their devices will be unable to update . And even if they could find a way to do it, surely the system would actually work poorly on the device.

Will my iPhone / iPad be compatible with iOS 11?

If you want to update your device to iOS 11 when released this fall, cross your fingers, as terminals that were previously the top of the giant of Cupertino, are now considered old and can not upgrade.
For starters, it should be noted that iOS 11 will only support 64-bit devices . This means that even with a method to force update we can run iOS 11 in 32 bits. And to give us an idea of ​​the magnitude of these words, the first terminal that incorporated a 64-bit processor was the iPhone 5S .
Surely if you have an iPhone 5S right now you feel a little relieved, but for those who have any other device, here is the list of the terminals that will be compatible with the new iOS update :


  • Iphone 5s
  • Iphone 6
  • iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6S
  • iPhone 6S Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus


  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPad 5
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad Pro 9.7 "
  • iPad Pro 12.9 "(1st generation)
  • iPad Pro 10.5 "
  • iPad Pro 12.9 "(2nd generation)


  • iPod Touch 6th generation)
As you read, this means that the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPad 4 and any other older device will no longer be able to update the operating system.
It certainly does not mean that your device will stop working, forcing you to buy a new one. Just let us know that we will not be able to upgrade to iOS 11 . For everything else, you can expect most applications to continue to run for a couple of years on iOS 10.
Surely you think this is programmed obsolescence . I doubt you're wrong, however this year have a better excuse than any other: the 64-bit jump.

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