All Devices Running iOS 13 Allegedly Receive iOS 14 Update

Apple is expected to make up for its disappointment with iOS 13 with iOS 14. The new claims made today suggest that the iOS 14 update will be released for all devices running its predecessor iOS 13.

US tech giant Apple plans to introduce the new mobile operating system iOS 14 at the World Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 22, unless there are any delays due to the COVID-19 outbreak. 

So far, there have been many leaks about iOS 14, but one of the most curious things about the new operating system is which iPhone models it will support. Verifier's website will support all devices running iOS 13, including iOS 14, iPhone 6 series and first-generation iPhone SE, based on "a trusted source close to Apple."

Verifier correctly predicted all of the devices that will support iOS 13 last year. This increases the reliability rate of these claims, but some previous reports suggest that the iPhone SE, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus models are unlikely to receive an iOS 14 update.

We will see which iPhone models will receive the update at the World Developers Conference (WWDC), which will be held online for the first time on June 22nd. Until then, if new developments are revealed, we will share it with you.

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