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Thursday, 11 January 2018

List of iPhone and iPad that will no longer be compatible with Pokémon GO



If there has been a game capable of putting an entire legion of people to travel through cities in search of animals and creatures , that is Pokémon GO. The augmented reality video game from Niantic was a revolution in its launch, back in July 2016.

Today we have known that starting in February will only run on devices that have iOS 11 , ie, or that touches update this operating system or what is more expensive, change from terminal to one that supports this version.

As Niantic has reported in a press release, " in an upcoming Pokémon GO update, we will finalize support for Apple devices that can not be updated to iOS 11, such as the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c models. This change is the result of improvements in Pokémon GO that drive the application beyond the capabilities of operating systems on such devices. This change will become effective on 02/28/2018. After that date, users who use the affected devices will no longer be able to access their Pokémon GO accounts from that device, nor use their PokéCoins or other items in their bags. They will have to switch to a compatible device to continue playing Pokémon GO. "

Devices not compatible with Pokémon GO


  •     iPhone 5
  •     Iphone 5c
  •     iPad 2
  •     iPad (3rd and 4th generation)
  •     iPad mini (1st generation) 



The goal of Niantic is to further enhance the augmented reality in the game, as is also the trend with many applications that operate under iOS 11. We remind that the latest version of Apple's operating system wants to allow developers to get involved more in this technology . The augmented reality allows a different and more realistic interactivity with our devices.

What will you do in February if you use Pokémon GO and you are not updated? We wait for you in our comments section and in our profiles on Facebook and Twitter .

Via | 9to5mac 

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