Why would release of brand new devices with more RAM suddenly trigger the drop of many other fairly recent devices that are still on sale with just slightly less RAM (especially when even much older devices with even less RAM are still currently supported)?With the release of the new iPad mini and iPad Air having the A12 with 3GB RAM what does that do to the odds that iOS 13 will drop support for 2GB RAM devices?
I highly agree! iOS 13 might be another big version of iOS that continues performance improvements and make older devices feel newer like they have been doing with iOS 12. iOS 12 runs better than iOS 11 did on my iPad 10.5 Pro, iPhone X and especially my iPhone SE.Highly unlikely. Apple still sells the low end iPad, iPhone 7, and iPhone 8, all of which have 2 GB of RAM. No way Apple drops software support on devices it currently sells.