Apple's new iOS 11 won't be compatible with all iPhones
Apple’s new iOS 11 operating system was unveiled at WWDC on Monday and includes a swathe of improvements to the iPhone and iPad.
New features coming to iOS 11 include updates to Siri, more professional camera options and even the ability to send cash to your friends via Apple Pay.
iOS 11 also introduces a new way to help drivers stay more focused on the road with Do Not Disturb while driving.
The iPhone can detect when you may be driving and automatically silence notifications to keep the screen dark.
It will even send friends a notification telling them you are on the road and that you’ll get back to them once you've reached your destination.
A one-handed keyboard, improved Apple Maps and customisable Control Centre are also included in this huge update.
This new operating system will be launching in the autumn but not everyone will get it.
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Owners of the iPhone 5 and 5c won’t be able to upgraded due to Apple's decision to end support for devices and apps using 32-bit processors.
This means that anyone wanting the very latest features on their iPhone will need a more recent device such as the iPhone 6s or iPhone 7.
Along with the new iOS 11 update not being accessible, some apps will also not work on these older smartphones when the new OS arrives later in the year.
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Users of the iPhone or iPhone 5c may find apps built solely on the 64-bit architecture will no longer be compatible.
This will be frustrating for owners of these phones but the migration to its 64-bit hardware is something Apple has been warning for a number of years.
As well as iOS 11, the US technology firm announced a host of other updates and new hardware at WWDC.
A new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iMac and MacBooks were all revealed in San Jose and go on sale later this week.
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Apple also announced its HomePod speaker at WWDC
There’s also a new smart speaker called the HomePod which will officially launch in the UK this December.
HomePod is aimed at taking on the might of the Amazon’s Echo with it performing tasks via Apple’s Siri assistant.
Priced at $349 it is almost twice the price of Amazon’s offering but Apple is promising superior sound quality and full access to its Music subscription service.
Finally a new desktop computer was unveiled during Monday’s keynote which has been named the iMac Pro.
This top-end machine is the most powerful iMac the firm has ever made and even lands on desks in a stunning new Space Grey colour.
The iMac Pro will be available later this year with prices starting at around $4,000.