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Discussion in 'iOS 8' started by DBZmusicboy01, Jun 2, 2014.
no it isnt sorry...
Nope. It wasn't mentioned on the supported devices list.
Not mentioned on the support list, the Poor 4 has finally bit the dust.
Given how slow iOS 7 is on the iPhone 4, this is actually good news.
Shame really, its dog slow on iOS 7. It could have used some optimisation. IMO they should have just ended support on iOS6
Unfortunately not, see it for yourself
here's the supported devices
What about the Ipad 3?
I believe the iPad 3 is classified as iPad with Retina Display which is supported.
I wouldn't be so sure, every other release has classed the iPad 3 as iPad (Third generation) and has specifically stated that it will support the device.
Of course, only time will tell, but I wouldn't hold my breath.
Damn, the iPad 3 really was the bastard child wasn't it?
I cant see any way possible where the iPad 2 and iPad Mini will get iOS 8 and the 3rd generation iPad wont. I believe its classified with the 4th generation iPad.
I feel like if only the 4th gen got it, they would say so.
4S is the "last" device which supports iOS 8.
Personally, I think my 4S will be all sweaty while running iOS 8 which Im restoring on right now. Hopefully Im wrong!
there will be a last hurrah moment of updating on the iPhone 4 and then little afterward.
thankfully I plan on getting the next iPhone...my iP4 is almost dead anyway
Yes it is available on the iPad 3, it's on the developer centre as a download.
of course iPad 3 will be supported, it just makes sense logically and they don't need to mention it separately because iPad 4 was released mid tier so all in all iPad 3/4 = iPad with Retina Display
Yup, both the "iPad 3" and "iPad 4" as they are unofficially known are both called the "iPad with Retina Display".