iOS 15: Check this list of compatible iPhone models

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The iOS 15 software update is arriving for all compatible iPhones right now. In this article, we explain which models will receive the new mobile operating system update. Check below to see whether your device will receive the latest update.

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iOS 15 release date

The final version of iOS 15 is being rolled out today, September 20, for all compatible iPhone models (listed below). With this, we will see the end of the iOS 15 beta testing program, which was available since June this year for developers and July for the public.

In the latest version of iOS, Apple has invested more in features compared to cosmetic changes. With that, Safari now offers a simpler method of navigation, and we have a better way to handle distractions via Focus Mode, while FaceTime now allows broader access for those who do not own an Apple device.

Check out our complete iOS 15 guide to learn what are the features one can expect to see in the next version of Apple's mobile operating system.

An infographic with all the new features of iOS 15
iOS 15 expands features in Apple's ecosystem and services like Focus and FaceTime / © Apple

iPhones compatible with iOS 15

The mobile operating system will be offered for phones starting with the iPhone 6S/6S Plus. Below, you can check out the full list of iPhone models that are compatible with iOS 15. Good luck!

In addition to the handsets listed above, the iPod touch (7th generation) should also receive the update as with previous editions of iOS.

Updating the operating system on your iPhone will be done Over-the-Air (OTA), meaning you only need an Internet connection to receive the update file. To check whether iOS 15 is available for your smartphone, follow the steps described on our guide on how to update the software of your iPhone.

Camila Rinaldi

Camila Rinaldi

10+ years testing smartphones and other gadgets. Even though I dove into the Apple ecosystem recently, Android is still one of my passions. Previously editor-in-chief of AndroidPIT and Canaltech in Brazil, now I write for the US market. I’m (still) on Twitter (@apequenarinaldi)!

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