This is how iOS 11 will murder your old iPhone 5c and many apps - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017

This is how iOS 11 will murder your old iPhone 5c and many apps



As you know during the last Monday Apple announced to the world a huge amount of new hardware and software in its WWDC 2017 that left us with the open mouth: to the brutal new models of iPad Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro but most of all iMac Pro will be adding new operating systems for its Apple TV, Apple Watch, Mac computers and for iPhone and iPad, the well-known iOS 11 that we liked and that will come out in September .

However, everything has a dark side, and is that the hand of the new and exciting features of iOS 11 is a tragic news: 32-bit apps have disappeared from the App Store and in addition, not all models are compatible . Without going any further, if you have an iPhone 5c, an iPhone 5 or a fourth generation iPad you can say goodbye to everything new Apple.

In order for us to understand each other, you will not be able to enjoy the Siri improvements, the new control center, the new functions of iMessage and much more, and is that iOS 11 is repeated of fantastic news that we have been shedding these days .

What will happen when my device becomes obsolete?


First of all, we are going to analyze what will happen this fall, when Apple launches iOS 11 together with the iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. If your devices had 32-bit apps that have not been updated over time, if you install iOS will simply stop working . The only possible solution is to look in the renewed App Store other apps to replace the old ones , something that should not be too complicated and that in the long run, we will be grateful to have a more modern interface.

But if you have an iPhone 5c, an iPhone 5 or a fourth generation iPad, your device has reached the end of its path : it will not receive new updates and can not go to iOS 11, so take advantage and upgrade to iOS 10 if not You have already done it and go and start thinking about renewing it.

Via | BGR

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