Brand new iOS 11, Apple Smartphone, tablet and iPod touch operating system introduced Monday at the company’s WWDC 2017 (World Wide Developer Conference) in San Jose. The latest firmware comes with the concept, and Cool features of iOS 11 such as Redesigned App Drawer into iMessage, Messages in iCloud for secure backup, All you messages automatically synchronize, Siri with typing Interface, Apple pay money transfer via iMessage, customize control center and much more.Everything is right in iOS 11, but unfortunately, all iOS 10 devices are not compatibles and powerful to run with the Apple’s brand new operating system.
For that first time, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C are dropped out from the Pipeline. Okay, you guys, let’s check out following iOS 11 Compatible Devices. And make clear your iPhone and iPad are in or out to get the latest operating system.
Note: An iPhone 5S user can download and install iOS 11.2 or later but iPhone 5S user unable to use Apple Pay Cash and Apple Pay.
See Apple Pay Cash – iOS 11.2 Compatible devices
The iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7 (Plus), iPhone 6S (Plus), iPhone 6, (Plus), and iPhone SE
Apple Pay Cash Compatible iPads
iPad Pro, iPad (5th Gen), iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, and iPad Mini 3.
The iOS 11 Compatible Devices: Does your iPhone/ iPad Work? Check out
iOS 11 Supported iPhones List
1. The iPhone X/ iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
2. The iPhone 7/ The iPhone 7 Plus
3. The iPhone 6S/ The iPhone 6S Plus
4. The iPhone 6/ The iPhone 6 Plus
5. The iPhone 5S
iPads Compatible with iOS 11
6. Cheap iPad 2017
7. iPad Pro 12.9.” 1st and iPad Pro 12.9.” 2nd Generation
8. iPad Pro 10.5- inch
9. iPad Pro 9.7.”
10. The iPad Air 2, iPad Air
11. The iPad Air
12. iPad 5th Generation
13. The iPad Mini 4
14. The iPad Mini 3
15. The iPad Mini 2
The iOS 11 Supported iPod Touch Model
16. iPod Touch 6th Generation only
The List of the devices that won’t work with iOS 11 (32-bit Processor)
iPhone 5/ iPhone 5C and older iPhones
iPad Mini/ iPod 5
For Mac users, who are using Universal Clipboard and Continuity feature, iMessage and call forwarding on other devices like iPhone to Mac then you should also read this list of macOS High Sierra Supported Devices.
If we Sneek-peek on last year Macs, then there are some of the Apple machines were dropped out to compatibility with macOS Sierra. And, I think behind company unable to do mainly battery life and hardware concern.