App Store, Siri, Maps, and more will no longer support some older iOS, watchOS, macOS and tvOS versions
Apple has announced that soon, some older software versions of iOS, watchOS, macOS and tvOS will end support for services including the App Store, Siri, Maps, and more.
The change, which will see the services stop working on some older iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac and Apple TV models, will see users not able to access any Apple services except for iCloud, according to leaker StellaFudge who says users running this software will be notified about the upcoming limitation soon.
Apple says online in a support document that users must update their software to the latest available version to continue using Apple services. The article implies that users running an older version of iOS, watchOS, macOS and tvOS will receive a notification on their device informing them of the change.
According to the leaked, Apple will drop online services support for the following:
- iOS 11 – iOS 11.2.6
- watchOS 4 – watchOS 4.2.3
- macOS 10.13 – macOS 10.13.3
- tvOS 11 – tvOS 11.2.6
Apple is yet to share more details on the upcoming change.