What’s the oldest version of the iPhone that will run iOS 7?


For those of us without the latest and greatest iPhone, what is the oldest version of the iPhone that iOS 7 will work with?

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The iPhone 4, as I understand it. But when iOS 7 comes out, it'll be a good opportunity to upgrade. Even if the iPhone 4 will run it, it doesn't mean it will run it well. Might as well grab some new hardware and enjoy iOS 7 the way it was meant to be enjoyed.

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iPhone 4 is the oldest officially listed as compatible. Not all features may work on the older devices though (it’s a little weird for me to think of an iPhone 4 as an “older device”). Siri, for example, will only work with iPhone 4S or later.

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