Last week, Apple officially announced that it will officially hold the WWDC in the early morning of June 8th, Beijing time (next Tuesday). This conference will officially bring forward the outlook of new systems such as iOS 15, iPad OS 15.
Among them, the most anticipated is the iOS 15 system with the largest number of users.
Recently, some media have exposed the list of compatible models for iOS 15, including all iPhone 12 series, iPhone 11 series, iPhone XS series iPhone 11, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 series, iPhone 7 series, and the 2020 iPhone SE 2 model.
The iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE (first generation) will be completely abandoned.
According to previous news, iOS 15 may bring many changes in appearance, including a more concise desktop, and desktop icons will also usher in changes.
In addition, iOS 15 is also expected to be added to the Always-on Display function that has been used for many years on the Android side. It is reported that Apple may only adapt this function to the iPhone 12/13 series, but in theory, as long as the models equipped with OLED screens can achieve this feature will be officially announced by Apple at the press conference.
It is worth mentioning that although the main event of the WWDC conference has always been system updates, Apple has also launched a new generation of hardware products at the conference in recent years. According to the currently known information, the iPad mini, AirPods 3, and new The Macbook Pro 14/16 have hopes to be unveiled.
In addition, on the morning of June 2nd, Apple quietly closed the verification channel of the iOS 14.5.1 system. The update was pushed early last month, mainly bringing critical security fixes, and it also solved the performance degradation of some iPhone models.
Turning off verification on iOS 14.5.1 means that users who have already upgraded to iOS 14.6 or iOS 14.7 Beta will not be able to downgrade to this version.
This may be a bit bad for some users because iOS 14.6 is not a perfect system. Whether it is from the evaluation of the media Up owner or the feedback of ordinary consumers in the Apple support forum, it seems that this version has poor battery life optimization and overheating problems.
Of course, on June 7th (Monday, early morning of June 8th, Beijing time), Apple’s WWDC conference will be held. Not surprisingly, the iOS 15 system will be launched. This means that iOS 14 will soon become a thing of the past. And it is likely to become an old-age care system for iPhone SE/6S and other models.