I’ve updated my iOS Device Summary with the iOS 9 info Apple has publicly posted.
Check out the iOS Device Summary page for the rationale behind the summary plus PDF downloads—including optimized files for printing.
Some things to note from WWDC announcements and Apple product lineup changes:
All devices that support iOS 8 will also support iOS 9.
Apps are currently required to support both 32-bit and 64-bit processors. With iOS 9, the App Store will also accept apps that are 64-bit only. This allows developers to limit deployment of an app to more recent devices with faster CPUs and GPUs. The device summary now has a line showing where 32-bit ends and 64-bit begins.
Finally, devices for testing:
- At $199, the 16 GB, 5th generation iPod touch is still the most affordable compact iOS 9 device
- At $299, the 16 GB, WiFi iPad mini 2 is now the most affordable iOS 9 iPad
- As of 6/19/15, the original iPad mini is discontinued—try used and refurbished devices for low-end iPad testing.
I hope you find this version of the chart helpful. •