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Apple is promising five years of software support for the iPhone 15, two years less than Google and Samsung

Apple is promising five years of software support for the iPhone 15, two years less than Google and Samsung

Apple is known for its long software support windows for its iPhones, but the company has never officially promised a specific number of years. It’s very different in the world of Android, where almost all device makers have some sort of promise of software support, with Google and Samsung being the absolute leaders in promising seven years of support for their flagship devices.

Apple has now been forced, under new UK regulations, to announce a minimum support window for the iPhone 15 family, specifically the iPhone 15 Pro Max in the screenshot below, and has chosen to go ahead with five years. Obviously, that’s two years less than its main competitors, but there’s a catch here – and that’s what Apple promised to deliver At least.

Nothing stops the company from going further, even Good More than five years, as has sometimes happened in the past. So keep that in mind, this is not Apple saying they will do this end Support after five years, instead says so Minimum amount.

So, for the first time we finally have word from Apple about it, even if it hasn’t been officially announced to the world in the same way Android makers do, and we had to find out in this roundabout way. However, it gives us something to fall back on and compare Android competitors to.

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