Apple today officially unveiled iOS 13, including new features such as Dark Mode, an all-new Photos app, new privacy protections, and more. Apple details device compatibility for iOS 13 on its website.
These are the devices that will support iOS 13:
iPhone XSiPhone XS MaxiPhone XRiPhone XiPhone 8iPhone 8 PlusiPhone 7iPhone 7 PlusiPhone 6siPhone 6s PlusiPhone SEiPod touch (7th generation)
In comparison to the iOS 12 release last year, Apple has dropped support for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. Despite earlier rumors to the contrary, the iPhone SE is still supported by this year’s iOS 13 release. The iPod touch 6th generation has been dropped, however.
Meanwhile, as for the new iPadOS 13 release, Apple says that these iPads are supported:
12.9-inch iPad Pro11-inch iPad Pro10.5-inch iPad Pro9.7-inch iPad ProiPad (6th generation)iPad (5th generation)iPad mini (5th generation)iPad mini 4iPad Air (3rd generation)iPad Air 2
This means that Apple has dropped supported for the iPad mini 2 and iPad mini 3, as well as the original iPad Air. As for macOS 10.15, be sure to read through everything Apple announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference in our live news hub here.