Depends on the feature set / requirements for older hardware. Just like Force Touch only works on the newer models of iPhones. You do know Apple love product obsolescence?I have an iPhone 6S. Was wondering if anyone could speculate whether or not our iPhones will become slow with iOS 11.
No way to really know, especially in any particular situation that can differ from person to person and device to device.I'm trying to figure out if I should change my screen or not. It's cracked.
If I'm getting a new iPhone anyway I won't change.
But if this one gets slow I'll change.
Ok thanks.No, even the iPhone 5 runs iOS 10 quite well. It may not get all of the features of iOS 11 (whatever they may be), but I doubt that it will slow it down significantly.
Yours is maybe. Honestly, I've noticed no decline in the performance of my iPhone 6 through iOS 8 to 9 and now on 10.I can say with certainty it will .Just look at the iPhone 6.Its become a laggy POS phone since iOS 9
Plus how can you live with shattered screen?!Yours is maybe. Honestly, I've noticed no decline in the performance of my iPhone 6 through iOS 8 to 9 and now on 10.
To the OP, none of us can see the future so we don't know how current devices will run on iOS 11, but is this really something that one needs to worry about almost a year in advance?