In 2021, Apple will most likely be releasing their next major iOS update in the form of iOS 15. However, in addition to releasing the update, Apple is also rumored to be dropping support for some older iPhones which includes the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and also the original iPhone SE that was released several years ago.

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There is a good chance that by now, most people with the iPhone 6s or original iPhone SE have moved onto newer devices, so the number of people affected by this probably won’t be that big, but at the same time, for those who are still holding onto their devices for whatever reason, perhaps now might be a good time to let it go.

We should point out that even though Apple may no longer support older devices with the 2021 update, it doesn’t mean that you still can’t go ahead and keep using your phone. Your devices will continue to be functional until it stops working for whatever reason, but like we said, given how old these devices are, it might not be the worst idea to consider upgrading to newer models, even if they might not necessarily be an iPhone.

There is currently no word on when iOS 15 will be released or what kind of features it will be packing, so we’ll just have to wait and see for ourselves.

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