Pokemon GO Will Cease to Work on Older iPhones and iPads

Pokemon GO Will Cease to Work on Older iPhones and iPads

Pokemon GO Will Cease to Work on Older iPhones and iPads

Apple today seeded those registered to beta test iOS 11 with the fourth build of iOS 11.2.5.

In addition to the iPhone 5 and 5c, this change affects first-, third-, and fourth-generation iPads, plus the iPad 2. Support will be removed via an update rolling out on February 28, so upgrade now if you want to keep catching 'em all.

"This change is a result of improvements to Pokemon Go that push the application beyond the capabilities of the operating systems on such devices", the post continues.

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"We can't confirm yet, but updates like these (CP and move nerfs) usually come prior to the release of that particular Pokémon", the site mentioned. Of course, this problem is completely dependent on Niantic porting AR+ to Android devices, but that is no guarantee Pokemon GO will always run on every Android smartphone or tablet.

In addition to the above, it's also worth noting that the game just relased another batch of Ex-Raid passes. Though fans with the game probably have higher iPhone models, the few that do have outdated models are going to be disappointed with this announcement.

This week the folks at Niantic announced an update to Pokemon GO, an update that might not sit well for users of elderly iPhones.

Users who are unable to update the game will lose out on access to the game and any in-app purchased items players have paid for over the years.

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