iOS 10 Won't Work on Older iPhones
Apple has indicated which iPhones and iPads will be able to run the newest version of iOS, and as always older devices are left out. iOS 10 is compatible with all versions of the iPhone from the 2012 iPhone 5 through the 2016 iPhone SE. The iPhone 4S and older models will not be able to run iOS 10. Similarly, iOS 10 will run on all models of the iPad from the 2013 iPad 2 Mini through the 2016 iPad Pro 9.7. The original iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, and original iPad Mini will not be able to run iOS 10. Only the sixth-generation iPod is compatible with iOS 10. iOS 10 will be available to the public in beta form starting in July, with the full release expected in September.
Twitter Unifying iPhone and iPad App UIs
Twitter said it is bridging the gap between its iPhone and iPad applications so users have the same experience no matter which device they pick up. The iPhone and iPad apps were originally developed separately, according to Twitter.
Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 2 to Developers
Apple today made iOS 12 Beta 2 available to developers. This build focuses on resolving bugs and performance problems found in the first beta.
iPhone 5 and 5c Won't Run iOS 11, 32-Bit Apps Going Away
Some older iPhones will not be part of the iOS 11 party scheduled to arrive this fall. According to Apple's web site, the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5c, and the fourth-generation iPad cannot handle iOS 11's 64-bit app requirements, so they will not be receiving the updated operating system.
Apple Makes iOS 10 Grand Master Available to Testers
Apple today made the penultimate version of iOS 10 available to public beta testers. The release gives testers one last change to check for and report bugs before the final version is released to everyone September 13.
Apple Says Final Version of iOS 10 to Be Available Sept. 13
Apple today revealed that iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners will be able to upgrade to the latest version of its iOS platform come September 13. iOS 10 focuses on integrating Siri into third-party apps and makes significant changes to the Apple Photos, News, Maps, and Music apps.