While the iPhone 6 will be the first device to run iOS 8 direct from the box, Apple has confirmed that those of you still clinging on to your beloved iPhone 4 will miss out on the new software release.
Although the iPhone 4 does not poses the necessary attributes to be awarded an iOS 8 update, all devices from the iPhone 4S forward will make the jump.
“iOS 8 builds on iOS 7 with new features for iPhone and iPad,” Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, said in unveiling the software back at WWDC in June.
An iOS 8 release date has been confirmed for September 17. The iPhone 6 release date will be held two days later on September 19.
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