During its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple unveiled new versions of its iOS, macOS and watchOS platforms along with new MacBook Air and a 13-inch Macbook Pro. But with the release of new software from the company came a new list of older Apple devices that will no longer get software updates.
Some iPhones will not be getting iOS 16, some iPads will not get iPad OS 16, some macs will not get macOS and a series of Apple Watches will not get watchOS 9. Here is a list of Apple products that will now stop receiving updates.
If you want to confirm which iPhone you have, go to Settings > General > About and see the name next to “Model Name”.
The list of Macs that have been cut out of macOS Ventura is noteworthy, too. You can check the model number of your Mac by clicking on the Apple logo at the top left of your screen and going to “About This Mac. Here is the list of Mac computers that will no longer receive future macOS updates.
Two iPads will no longer get Apple software updates: the iPad mini 4 and iPad Air 2. To check your iPad’s model number go to Settings > General > About > Model Name.
The Apple Watch Series 3 will not be getting the watchOS 3 update, just as was reported earlier.