WHICH iPHONES ARE ‘OBSOLETE’ IN 2020?
Apple no longer renders support to some of its older models, these models no longer get security updates from Apple making them vulnerable to cyber-criminals. Unsupported devices as you know are very dangerous for consumers as there’s no protection from hackers.
Among those models no longer supported is the iPhone 6, which was made available for sales in 2015. Every iPhone model older than the 6 is now obsolete in terms of software updates, which means the iPhone 5C, 5S, 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G and, the original 2007 iPhone. All these models are vulnerable and thus considered “dangerous” because they run on an unsupported operating system. However, you can click here to check how you can protect your iPhone from malware and other viruses. iPHONES THAT RUN ON IOS 13 AND ARE STILL SUPPORTED BY APPLE IN 2020
The iPhone 11 Pro Max, released last year, is one of more than a dozen iPhone models for which Apple still regularly provides security updates. The list includes the iPhone SE, 6S, iPod touch (7th generation), 7, 8, X (ten), XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
To know the model and software version of your iPhone, · Go to Settings · General · About Note that you can update to the latest iOS software if your mobile supports it.
To know the model and software version of your iPhone,