San Francisco-based well known gaming organization Niantic declared to end Pokémon GO suuport for seven Apple devices beginning from March.
Beginning March 1, Apple iPhone 5, 5C, the iPad (first, second and third generation) and the iPad Mini (first and second generation) proprietors will never again have the capacity to play the addictive game.
All Apple iPhones and the iPads, which can’t be moved up to the most recent iOS 11, won’t support Pokémon GO, as Niantic is conveying upgrades to the Pokémon GO that push the application past the capacities of the operating systems on such devices.
With that, people are encouraged to change to a more up to date iPhone/iPad or some other upheld device to keep playing Pokémon GO, probably an Android.
Rest guaranteed, Pokémon GO play history and data will stay in place, when you introduce the game in your new device and resume playing
Here is the complete of Apple devices that will stop supporting Pokémon Go one month from now:
In a related improvement, Apple has begun offering battery substitution toolder iPhones at all approved stores.
Apple, in the wake of admitting to lowering CPU execution in older iPhones to expand the battery life, sliced the repair charges.
Presently, an out-of-guarantee iPhone battery costs $50 less — $29 rather than unique cost $79 — for anybody with an iPhone 6 or later whose battery should be supplanted, beginning in January and accessible worldwide through December 2018.