It was only a short time ago that the iOS 14 update was launched and now new leaks are emerging about the upcoming iOS 15 update and the devices that it will work on for iPhones.
According to the latest leaks issued by a source with a somewhat accurate history of investigating the compatibility of iOS updates with different devices, Apple intends to drop the iOS 15 update on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus phones issued in 2015, in addition to the iPhone SE, the first generation issued in 2016.
It is worth noting that Apple has not dropped support for any of the iPhone phones with the current iOS 14 update, meaning that all devices that were running the previous iOS 13 update have all been updated to the next iOS 14 version.
IPhone 6s, 6s Plus and iPhone SE phones are powered by the A9 processor, which will be nearly 6 years since its presence in the market, which is very much. For the past six years, those phones have been getting major and minor iOS updates regularly.
These phones still have wide popularity among many users, even if Apple dropped the system support from them, they will continue to use them, and a group of them may think to upgrade to newer versions of the iPhone such as the new second generation iPhone SE, iPhone 11 or iPhone 12 mini as the versions with the price Currently the cheapest.
According to the leaks, Apple plans to launch the final version of the iOS 15 update, which is still in the initial development phase, by mid-September of 2021 next.