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iOS 15 Compatible Devices – List of Compatible iPhones 2022

Here is the list of all devices that can run iOS 15.

Before move ahead with downloading the latest iOS 15 updates on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch check out this list of all compatible devices. There can be a few hiccups after the update, which usually happens during a fresh launch. Based on certain news sources iOS 15 update has lead to app crashes, which can be resolved by the developers later on. Talking about the features, iOS 15 will let iPhone users connect to their Android friends on FaceTime. They can store their driving license digitally and will get a smoother transition in usage.

List of iOS 15 Compatible Devices

 List of iOS 15 Compatible Devices

  1. iPhone 13
  2. iPhone 13 Mini
  3. iPhone 13 Pro
  4. iPhone 13 Pro Max
  5. iPhone 12
  6. iPhone 12 Mini
  7. iPhone 12 Pro
  8. iPhone 12 Pro Max
  9. iPhone 11
  10. iPhone 11 Pro
  11. iPhone 11 Pro Max
  12. iPhone XS
  13. iPhone XS Max
  14. iPhone XR
  15. iPhone X
  16. iPhone 8
  17. iPhone 8 Plus
  18. iPhone 7
  19. iPhone 7 Plus
  20. iPhone 6S
  21. iPhone 6S Plus
  22. iPhone SE 1st Gen
  23. iPhone SE 2nd Gen
  24. iPhone Touch 7th Gen

All devices listed above will support iOS 15 and its features. It is best to wait for some time do not run the update on the day of launch. There will be many users who will be constantly reporting bugs and issues via Youtube, Social Media, etc. You can even speak to your friends about the performance after an iOS 15 update. If it’s buggy you can wait for some weeks and then try it. I will be updated this list frequently if there are any changes.

Before running any update do not forget to backup your iPhone Data. Just in case the phone bricks or fails to turn on you can restore it back after a repair. Refer to the link to find out a way to back up the iPhone on Cloud. You can store all your data on iCloud that is accessible via browser. Also to troubleshoot if the phone fails to boot you can hard reset the iPhone. This is going to wipe out everything, so first, run a backup and then try out the troubleshooting steps.