iOS 8 was announced at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference 2014 which improved upon the previous version of the iOS. The latest version of iOS aims to provide improved performance and also a seamless integration between the Apple ecosystem.

iOS 8 is available for developers right now and the public release is set for fall. iOS 8 will not be supported on iPhone 4 which got the last iteration – iOS 7. It’s interesting to note that the iPod Touch 5th generation and iPad 2 will be compatible with iOS 8.

iOS 8 Device Compatibility Listdesktop_compatibility_iphone

 

  • iPhone 4s

  • iPhone 5

  • iPhone 5c

  • iPhone 5s

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  • iPod Touch 5th Generation

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    • iPad 2

    • iPad with Retina display

    • iPad Air

    • iPad mini

    • iPad mini with Retina display

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