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

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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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jimlynch
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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.

ablake
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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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