Apple has officially confirmed that it will provide a minimum of five years of security updates for its iPhones.

This information was revealed in a regulatory filing made by Apple in the United Kingdom, where new laws mandate manufacturers to disclose the duration of security support for their products.

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Apple’s filing lists the “defined support date” as a minimum of five years from September 22nd, 2023 — the release date for the iPhone 15. That means the iPhone 15 should receive security updates until at least 2028.

Apple typically doesn’t say how long an iPhone will receive security updates.

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