Yesterday, Apple paraded out iOS 10 and the newly dubbed macOS Sierra, but what they didn’t mention was all the devices that won’t work on the new operating system. Apple’s keeping support strong for a lot of devices, but it’s still cutting a good portion off. Here’s what won’t be able to join the party this spring.
iOS 10 Will Not Support These Devices
- iPad 1, 2, 3
- iPad Mini
- iPod Touch 5th Generation and Older
- iPhone 4S and Older Models
macOS Sierra Will Not Support These Macs
- MacBook (Early 2009 and older)
- iMac (Early 2009 and older)
- MacBook Air (2009 and older)
- MacBook Pro (2010 and older)
- Mac Mini (2010 and older)
- Mac Pro (2010 and older)
It’s not a terribly surprising list, but considering that not much has changed in the Mac space since 2009, it might be a bit of a surprise that Apple doesn’t plan on supporting those older models.