iOS 10 Beta Compatibility For iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

After a number of months of speculation and conjecture, Apple has finally used the opening keynote of WWDC 2016 to provide the world with its first glimpse of the next major iteration of iOS – the iOS 10. As is historically been the case, the run up to this year’s WWDC conference has included a number of discussions about not only the new features and integrations to be offered with iOS 10, but also the devices and hardware that it will support.
Apple generally tends to want to get as many consumers as possible in on the latest firmware action, meaning that the company does its very best to support as many devices as possible, both old and new. Once again, as we saw with iOS 9, it looks as though it won’t disappoint.
In an ideal world, every new major release of iOS would simply install and run perfectly on all Apple devices that are still in use. That would ideally include all iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices still in circulation and used on a daily basis.
Unfortunately, that is a pipe dream that doesn’t really have a basis in reality, with many older devices simply not being equipped with the hardware and processing power needed to run feature intensive software platforms efficiently. To that end, it looks as though Apple has had to drop support for the 4-inch iPhone 4s, the device which was released back in 2011.
Still, even with support for iPhone 4s being dropped, the list of compatible devices that will be supported by iOS 10 is still fairly comprehensive. Here’s a complete list of all the iOS 10 compatible devices:
iOS 10 compatibility
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone 6s
  • iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 5s
  • iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 5
  • iPad Pro, 12.9-inch
  • iPad Pro, 9.7-inch
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad Air
  • iPad mini 4
  • iPad mini 3
  • iPad mini 2
  • iPad mini 1
  • iPad 4
  • iPad 3
  • iPad 2
iPod touch
  • iPod touch 6th-gen
  • iPod touch 5th-gen
If your device is listed above, then congratulations, but be mindful that just because your hardware supports the installation of iOS 10, it doesn’t necessarily mean that every single new feature of iOS 10 will be available on that hardware as Apple restricts certain features based on hardware capabilities of the device.


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