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All IPhones currently running on iOS 13 including iPhone 6s and iPhone SE (2015) might get the iOS 14 update

One of the advantages iOS have always had over Android is in terms of software support. While most Android manufacturers provides software updates for their devices for a period of just 1 year to a maximum of 3 years. Apple rolls out iOS updates to its devices for up to 5 years.
Now, it even looks like some iPhones might even be getting up to 6 years update as latest report has it that all IPhones currently running on iOS 13 will support the upcoming iOS 14. This information was made known by a leakster who took clue from a piece of code in the early development of the iOS 14.

We however won't be able to get the official confirmation on this information until the upcoming WWDC (which is expected to be online only) takes place on June 22.
The beta version of the iOS 14 and the official list of eligible iPhones will be announced at the event. 

The stable version of the iOS 14 will most likely be released at the launch of the iPhone 12 which is also slated to take place later this year.
If the information above happens to be true, then it means the original iPhone SE and the iPhone 6s which were both released in 2015 will be getting the latest iOS 14 update.

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