At yesterday's WWDC 2020 keynote, Apple unveiled a whole slew of new platform updates for everything from the iPhone and Mac all the way to the Apple Watch. But while new releases are cool and exciting, there's also a chance that this will mean the end of the road for some of your devices.
Will you be able to squeeze another year out of your devices, or will this fall be the end of the road for your shiny Apple gadgets?
It all depends on how old your devices are.
Note that while your device may still be compatible with the upcoming release, some older devices may not get all the features of the release.
Let's start off with the iPhone. If your iPhone currently runs iOS 13, then it's good news, because it will run iOS 14.
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Again, good news! If your iPad can run iPadOS 13, then it will get iPadOS 14.
Some big changes here, with the following getting the cut:
Here's the line-up of Macs that will get Big Sur:
If you're still wearing a Series 1 or Series 2 Apple Watch, bad news I'm afraid.
Here's what's supported:
On top of that, Apple is warning that "not all features are available on all devices," so there may be a lot of segmentation here.