I have an iPhone 5 that will not be able to upgrade to iOS 11. I really have no need to get a new phone, and I'd like to keep using my iPhone 5, but I know that Apple does not provide security updates for any iOS versions besides the most recent one that's out at any time. I understand that very soon from now iOS 10 will be considered insecure. I've tried to do some research on the actual risks of using an outdated version of iOS, but I have not come across any articles or anything that have been more than just a superficial sort of threat that you will be open to security attacks. What I'd like to know is what are the actual dangers for a regular person using an outdated iOS version? I don't go to any weird websites or anything that might increase my chances of getting a virus, and my iPhone is not jailbroken. Is it really all that unsafe to run on an old iOS? There are a lot of frivolous lawsuits out there, many of which have targeted Apple. But I would think it would be totally legitimate for there to be a class action lawsuit against Apple for the fact that they don't do vital security patches for older OSs. I'm not asking of for or expecting my old iPhone to get iOS 11, but I do think consumers ought to expect basic security patches to be sent out to their working devices even if Apple will not let those devices upgrade to the latest software version. Vehicle manufacturers have safety recalls all the time for old model vehicles because it's an issue of customer security and safety. Same thing should apply to security for a device OS. It's not like it would cost Apple a fortune to have a few people work on the code for security patches for the millions of iPones, iPods, and iPads out there that are running an old version of iOS. My old iPhone works fine and I want to continue to get use out of it. If there really are serious security threats out there, then shame on Apple for taking this stance on security updates.