Apple unveiled iOS 7 at the Keynote Monday afternoon for WWDC 2013. iOS 7 brings a completely new interface to iOS devices, as well as several new features and improved applications. Many people are excited to get it installed on their devices when it gets released to the public. Others will be keeping their jailbreaks on iOS 5 and iOS 6.
If you were wondering what devices iOS 7 will be compatible with, then you're in luck. Apple has updated their Web site with information about iOS 7 and one of the things they show is the devices that iOS 7 will be able to run on. The device list includes:
- iPhone 4
- iPhone 4S
- iPhone 5
- iPod touch 5G cameraless
- iPod touch 5G with camera
- iPad 2
- iPad with retina display
- iPad Mini
Notably, Apple has phased out the iPod touch 4G and the iPhone 3GS. The iPod touch 4G operates with the same processor as the iPhone 4, which is still supported; however, the iPod touch 4G has half of the memory as the iPhone 4. With all of iOS 7's new features, the memory is probably a big deal and why Apple phased out the iPod touch 4G.
iOS 7 will be released in the Fall to the public. Developers can download a beta version of the software update starting today.