Finally came: the release date of iOS 14 was made official by Apple this Tuesday (14), along with the announcement of new iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch. Apple’s next major OS update arrives in 15 September with new releases since WWDC 2021, will ship a number of iPhones and even the latest version of the iPod touch — a big surprise, as the lineup of iPods has been dropped by company.
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If you’re an Apple fan, you’re certainly counting minutes to get your hands on this little beauty, but it won’t be available to everyone, because older cell phones don’t have enough processing power to run the new features. See the list below and find out if your device will support the brand new iOS 14.