## **It is predicted that the next version of Apple’s iOS 17 operating system will stop supporting the iPhone X, the first iPad Pro.** The latest rumors say that the upcoming iOS 17 operating system will stop supporting support for 2017’s A11 Bionic processor and all devices using 2015’s A9 or A9X chip. Over the years, Apple has often impressed by providing perennial operating system updates to devices. My old iPhone. Until 2022, iOS 16 will remove the iPhone 6s, iPhone 7 and iPod touch. iPhone 6s was released in 2015 and iPhone 7 was released in 2016. Therefore, iOS 17 version will stop updating for iPhone from 2017. Predictably, the devices will not be updated to iOS 17 includes: ● iPhone 8 (A11 Bionic chip) iPhone 8 Plus (A11 Bionic chip) ● iPhone X (A11 Bionic chip) first generation 9.7-inch iPad Pro (A9X chip) ● iPad Pro 12, 9-inch first generation (A9X chip) ● iPad 5 (A9 chip) Usually, stopping operating system updates for any product is related to the processor chip because the age of the processor is important . iPad 6 and and iPad 7 announced between 2018 and 2019, use the A10 Fusion processor. Previously, the iPhone 7 with the A10 Fusion chip was no longer updated to iOS 16. In addition, the A10X processor found in the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and the Apple TV First 4K. However, if the rumors above are true, this year’s iOS 17 will be a more important update than expected. This version of the operating system will be officially introduced at Apple’s upcoming Developer Conference – WWDC 2023.