Pokémon GO to drop older iOS device support soon


If you're unsure which iOS device you own, head to Apple's site for identifying your iPhone or iPad.

The change will be rolled out on February 28, 2018, says Niantic.

In a post published on the Pokemon GO website, developer Niantic explained how a new update to the augmented reality game would "push the application beyond the capabilities of the operating systems on such devices".

Wondering if your device is included in the purge? The percentage gets higher when you include even older phones like the 4 and 4s. The update itself is set to roll out on February 28th, so those playing on the aforementioned older devices have time to either play as much as they can or upgrade to a better phone.

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Bizarrely, Pokemon GO Hub also mentioned that they've received a lot of reports that players have been sent a raid pass although they still have an unused one for the January 9th EX-raid.

Given the reported adoption rates of new Apple devices, this update probably won't affect the majority of iPhone owners and Pokemon GO players. You won't be able to access your Pokemon GO account, including Poke Coins, items, everything.

The update is 11.2.2 and not 11.2.5 because we might see some more updates until it reaches version 11.2.5.

If you're a hardcore Pokémon Go player with an older iPhone, it looks like you'll need to upgrade if you plan to continue playing the game.