# **Many iPhones are at risk of being “brick”, users must do this immediately!** **From the beginning of May, many iPhone models may no longer be able to use Apple services If users don’t make a significant change.** DailyRecord reports, Apple is preparing to cut off access to its core services to a handful of products it’s ever launched, starting this month. 5 come here. Specifically, as of early May, access to Apple services, excluding iCloud, will stop working on devices running iOS 11 – 11.2.6, macOS 10.13 – 13, watchOS 4-4.23, tvOS 11 – 11.2.6. For now, Apple still offers a variety of services, including Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple Fitness+, Apple News+, and others. This information was revealed by Stella – Fudge, which is one of the sources providing accurate information about Apple products in the past. Affected users may receive a notification prompting them to update their device to a newer software version, the source said. While it doesn’t explain why most of their services will stop working with these older versions of the software, which were released between late 2017 and early 2018, it could be may stem from the implementation of new features that will not work as expected in versions of Apple’s software. The move is expected to affect only a small percentage of users. In mid-February 2023, Apple said that only 8% of iPhones were running iOS 14 or lower. In case the current product is no longer supported, users will have to purchase newer models. This decision by Apple is not a surprise when last month, the company published documents revealing that some versions of its software will no longer support services such as the App Store, Siri or even Apple products. even Maps.