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Is my iPhone 7 still supported?

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I have an iPad Air 2 which was discontinued along with my iPhone 7 with the release of iOS 16. But MacTracker (iOS) support status returns "yes" for the iPhone 7 and "no" for the iPad Air 2.

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Just now, 38034580 said:

I'm wondering then what does it mean that it's still "supported" in mactracker then. it even says that the apple watch S1 and later are supported.

That they are wrong.

 

This is from apple themselves. Mactracker is a 3rd party and is displaying wrong data

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It is still supported in the sense that Apple still offers repairs for it and the latest OS it can run still gets security patches since it's less than 7 years old which is when Apple considers products obsolete and out of support.

 

That doesn't mean it can run the latest iOS version, separate thing.

 

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201624

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