iOS 14 again asked to be compatible with all i Phones to run iOS 13

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Leaked code from iOS 14 suggests that the new version of the operating system will be compatible with the iPhone just like iOS 13.

It was just weeks before the Apple World Developers Conference took place. WWDC 2020, which will be fully virtual this time, will begin on June 22 and will feature all the features of iOS 14 at this event.

However, we won't have to wait long to learn some details of Apple's new mobile operating system. As we told you a few weeks ago, iOS 14 was leaked months before its presentation (it is calculated that since February), and countless people have had access to its code, from security researchers to hackers.

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Thanks to this leak, we know, for example, customizable widgets, new options for wallpapers, and news in the search app are about to reach the iPhone, among other features.

Now, the specialized portal The Verifier has analyzed the leaked code, which has allowed us to determine which iPhone will be compatible with iOS 14. According to the report published through this medium, the people of Cupertino will leave no stone unturned this year. The model so that all phones that are compatible with iOS 13 today will also support the new version of the operating system.

This new leak is on the same lines as the iPhone Soft released earlier this year. According to this medium, iOS 14 will remain compatible with the original iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, and SE. Last year they were correct to reveal devices compatible with iOS 13, so their leak was taken into account by analysts.

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The report also stated that iOS 14 will be the final version of iOS for the iPhone SE and iPhone 6s series. This is not the first time we have heard of iOS 14 supporting the same set of devices as iOS 13.

It is unclear whether iPadOS 13. will support the same set of devices as iPadOS. With Apple iOS and iPadOS branching into separate OSs, there is a possibility that Apple may drop support for some older iPads if iPadOS introduces a ton of new features.

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