The Pokemon Go team on Tuesday announced that the game will soon end support for Apple devices that can't upgrade to iOS 11. Specifically, this will be applied to iOS devices that are incapable of upgrading to iOS 11 (the latest major OS update for the platform), with Niantic explicitly mentioning devices such as the iPhone 5 and 5c models.
According to Niantic, the forced update will require that all players switch to a supported device to continue playing Pokémon GO.
Apple Support uploaded a new video tutorial to its YouTube channel this morning, continuing its quest of showing iOS users tips and tricks. AR+ is (currently) exclusive to the iPhone 6s and newer phones with iOS 11, as the mode is dependent the ARKit framework built into iOS 11.
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Sorry, iPhone 5 owners who also love Pokémon: The popular mobile game "Pokémon Go" is going to stop working on your phone as of February 28. You can do that by updating your iPhone, iPad or iPod.
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.
Pokemon Go will discontinue support for these devices on February 28th, 2018. A few days ago he tweeted that he's "done with this EX-Raid Pass System", noting that it killed his motivation to play and that he'll be taking an indefinite break from Pokemon GO.