Apple in the US says it has not forgotten its older iOS devices. These devices include iPad and iPhone tablets.
The US company Apple has so far proved that it is not giving up on its devices for years, and it proves it even now. How? As some have guessed, by unexpected software update for its devices that cannot be updated to iOS 13.
When it comes to software updates, Apple in Cupertino does great at keeping its old devices as long as possible.
This means that sometimes the 4-5-year-old devices of giant Cupertino still get bigger updates. In fact, as if to prove it, Apple released iOS 12.4.2 for them.
But stay that way. iOS 13 no longer released? Yes, it has already been publicly announced. But for old and incompatible devices that cannot be upgraded to the new version, the Cupertino giant Apple has shown that it has forgotten about them and released iOS 12.4.2.
Although iOS 12.4.2 will not come with the changes and enhancements that come with the latest update, it will probably fix some bugs and enhance security.
Older Apple devices that are eligible for iOS 12.4.2 update are iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. If you have one of these older devices in the company, it's best to install that update to keep it safe and keep your device updated with bug fixes. It is unclear whether this will become a common practice for the US company Apple in the future, but it seems to be a pretty promising start.