Which iPhones, iPads support Apple’s iOS 13 and iPadOS?
In the WWDC 2019, tech company Apple launched the new operating system iOS 13 for iPhone users. Along with this, the new operating system iPadOS for the iPad users has also been launched. Separate operating system has now been introduced for iPad users. Several new features have been added in the new operating system introduced for iPhones users in iOS 13, including system wide dark mode, improved Apple Maps and single sign-in features.
The new operating system brought to iPad users has been brought to the iPadOS for iPads. Let me tell you that the first iOS was used in iPads. Apple has developed Separate Operating Systems to improve the performance of iPads and to improve Productivity Experience. Both of these operating systems will be rolled out for pre-launching iPhones and iPads.
If you want to see both of these latest operating systems in your device, then you have to wait till September. The company will roll out these two new operating systems till September. However, the beta of these operating systems has been built which will roll out in July. You can use beta from July. Today we are going to tell the list of iPhones and iPads for which these operating systems will be rolled out.
iOS 13 is compatible with these Devices
These Devices Get iOS 13
-iPhone XS (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone XS Max (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone XR (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone X (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone 8 (click here to buy Amazon)
– iPhone 8 Plus (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone 7 (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone 7 Plus (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone 6S (click here to buy Amazon)
-iPhone 6S Plus
-iPod Touch (7th Generation)
iPadOS updates will be available in these Devices
-iPad Pro 12.9 (2018)
-iPad Pro 12.9 (2017)
-iPad Pro 12.9 (2015)
-iPad Pro 11
-iPad Pro 10.5
-iPad Pro 9.7
-iPad 9.7 (2018)
-iPad 9.7 (2017)
-iPad Air 2
-iPad mini 2019
-iPad mini 4