Speculation is half the fun of MacRumors, after all. So, with that in mind, I'd like to pose the following question: Odds are pretty good that devices running the Apple A7 chip and shipping with iOS 7 (such as the iPhone 5S, the iPad Air, and the iPad mini with Retina Display) as well as the devices that shipped with either the A6 or A6X (such as the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and Fourth Generation iPad) are going to be able to run iOS 8. We can all safely agree on that, right? That being said, the A5/A5X devices are not quite as clear. So, I pose the following. Which of the iOS devices not mentioned above that are currently able to run iOS 7 be unable to run iOS 8? For those playing the home game, this includes the following devices: - iPhone 4 - iPhone 4S - iPad 2 - Third Generation iPad - First Generation iPad mini - Fifth Generation iPod touch (In the above poll, vote for which devices WON'T make the cut.) Personally, I'm thinking that the iPad 2 is out. The iPhone 4 is also a no-brainer. I'd say that the third generation iPad with its A5X and (more importantly) 1GB of RAM (whereas the others only have 512MB) is in, but this is its last major iOS release. The fifth Generation iPod touch and first generation iPad mini, I feel, could go either way. if I had to guess something, it'd be that the first generation iPad mini doesn't get support, but the fifth generation iPod touch does; either that or neither do. The iPhone 4S is a similarly tough call; but I think that Apple will let it in, simply because they have a history of letting in much older iPhones than they do contemporary iPads and iPod touches. What say you?