Niantic, the company behind the game, announced this week that after an upcoming update happening February 28th the game will no longer be supported on the iPhone 5 or 5c. Older iPhone models, like the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C, will be affected by the incoming update, coming February 28th. This is due to the fact that the Pokemon GO app now pushes the power of the older operating systems beyond their capabilities.
It's also worth noting that Pokemon GO may well see a noticeable drop in players once the update rolls out. If you're unsure which iOS device you own, head to Apple's site for identifying your iPhone or iPad. Another 4% of iPhone users continued to use even older models as of a year ago.
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In other Pokemon GO news, more and more players are getting sick and exhausted of the EX Raid system. 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. "They will need to switch to a supported device to continue playing Pokemon Go". The iPad 4th gen, iPad 3rd gen, iPad mini 1st gen, and iPad 2 (2011) will no longer be able to play the game after this update. You won't be able to access your Pokemon GO account, including Poke Coins, items, everything.
Pokemon Go is already experiencing a tumultuous 2018, as many players are growing frustrated with the controversial EX raid feature.