Apple has said how long the iPhone 15 line will be updated for, and it’s less than Samsung promises:

Until now, Apple has never made any sort of promises as to how long it would support its phones for, but thanks to the UK’s Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) regulation it has now had to for the first time.

As spotted by Android Authority, Apple has published its compliance statement for the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which reveals that the phone’s “defined support period” is a “minimum five years from the first supply date.”

That “first supply date” is when the iPhone 15 line launched, on September 22, 2023, so in other words the iPhone 15 Pro Max will get software updates until at least September 22, 2028.

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