Apple just released iOS 15.2 with a number of important bug fixes, including introducing new features such as the Apple Music Voice Plan, App Privacy Report, and Digital Legacy.
Approaching the new year 2022 and still in the stage of rolling out the version “.1” update in the next few weeks, news has circulated about iOS 16.
According iPhonesoft via 9to5Mac, a number of iPhone series currently on the market are rumored to not be receiving an update to iOS 16.
See also: Everything You Should Know About iOS 15.2
The series in question are iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE. As for the iPad series, iPadOS 16 will not be compatible with iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, iPad (5th generation), and iPad Pro 2015.
Of course, this still cannot be confirmed until Apple launches iOS 16 at WWDC 2022. However, iPhonesoft has a good track record when it comes to leaking any devices that received the previous iOS 13 and iOS 14 updates.
If this news is true, then one of the requirements for the iPhone series to receive updates to iOS 16 is to use the A10 chipset at least.
See also: Service history in upcoming iOS 15.2 update for iPhone
Nevertheless, it is still a very long life of new features and bug fixes for Apple phones.
Previously, the iPhone 6s and iPhone SE would no longer be getting iOS updates in late 2015 and early 2016, meaning they received more than 6 years of regular software updates.
Apple's new operating system update, iOS 15.2, which brought various updates in the privacy sector began to be rolled out to the iPhone. Previously, iOS 15.2 rolled out as a beta version for some time.
According to Apple notes uploaded by 9to5Mac and MacRumors, this update includes:
– The Digital Legacy Program, which allows users to set who will have access to the user's iCloud and iPhone data, when he dies.
– The App Privacy Report, which shows the permissions used by various user apps and the websites connected to them.
– Apple USD 4.99 Voice-only plan for Apple Music
– Fix for macro mode on iPhone 13 Pro camera.