iPhones and iPads that will — and won’t — work with iOS 10

Apple’s iOS 10, the mobile operating system introduced Monday at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference, comes with a slew of new features, such as facial recognition, better Siri, an all-new iMessage, and so on.

Following is the list of devices that will be able to upgrade to iOS 10:

The iPhone 6s
The iPhone 6s Plus
The iPhone 6
The iPhone 6 Plus
The iPhone SE
The iPhone 5S
The iPhone 5C
The iPhone 5

iPad Pro 12.9-inch
iPad Pro 9.7-inch
The iPad Air 2
iPad Air
iPad 4th generation
The iPad Mini 4
The iPad Mini 3
The iPad Mini 2

The iPod Touch 6th-generation
The list of devices that are not compatible with the latest iOS include:

The iPad with Retina Display (3rd Gen) and older 9.7-inch iPads
The iPad Mini
The iPod Touch 5th-generation and older iPod Touch models
The iPhone 4S and older iPhone models
iOS 10 will be available this fall as a free upgrade.

Editors’ note (July 7, 2016): This post has been corrected to reflect that fifth-generation iPod Touch, the third-generation iPad, the iPad 2 and the iPad Mini are not compatible with iOS 10.

Source: cnet.com