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The bad news of the day for iPhone users: what phones will be out of date in 2022

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iOS 16 gives up support for the first generation iPhone 6S, 7 and SE. Apple will also be saying goodbye to iPads, older Macs and the Apple Watch Series 3.

As is tradition, Apple will leave behind some of its older devices when it launches the latest operating systems. When iOS 16 arrives this fall, it will be available for iPhone 8 and later models – in other words, all the phones Apple has released since 2017. That means iPhone 6S, iPhone 7 and iPhone SE users (first generation ) will not be able to upgrade to iOS 16, writes Engadget.

When it comes to the iPadOS 16, Apple will drop support for several devices, the iPad Mini 4 and iPad Air 2. Given that the Mini 4 debuted in 2015 and the Air 2 is from 2014, it’s safe to say that it “looks age”. In any case, it’s a testament to their resilience that Apple has backed them up to the iPadOS 15.

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Which iPhones you will not have iOS 16

Thus, you will need an Apple Watch Series 4 or later to use watchOS 9. Apple Watch Series 3 users were able to install watchOS 7 and watchOS 8, but some features were not available.

Things get a little more complicated when it comes to macOS Ventura. The following devices will be supported:

iMac, 2017 and later

Mac Pro, 2019 and later

iMac Pro, 2017

Mac mini, 2018 and later

MacBook Air, 2018 and later

MacBook, 2017 and later

MacBook Pro, 2017 and later

It’s always sad to see Apple say goodbye to older devices, though all the models it won’t support were released at least five years ago – iPad Air 2 and 2013 Mac Pro in particular have a reputation Hi.

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Apple is also adding Undo Send and new dictation tools to Messages in iOS 16. So you’ll have a 15-minute window to edit or recall a sent message.

So Apple will soon be able to delete messages that you didn’t really want to send. The updated Messages app in iOS 16 gets a new feature: “Unsubscribe,” as well as the ability to edit the conversations you’ve already sent and mark them as unread, according to Engadget.

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