Apple will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next month, where it is expected to introduce iOS 13. While the new OS revision is expected to bring a slew of new features, a new report suggests that Apple could drop iOS 13 support for some of its older phones. As per the website iphonesoft, Apple might exclude Apple iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6 iPhone SE and the iPhone 5s from the update cycle. Additionally, the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad Air could also be left out from receiving the new OS update. This information was reportedly obtained from an Apple developer who is in on the company’s plans.
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