The time has finally come for that upgrade. – By Gavin Evans

As we speak, Apple is in the process of beta testing their latest iOS 10.3.2 update in preparation for a public release. Some of you may be saying “Okay, great.” But if you still have an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5c we would counter by saying “Not so fast, man.”

We say that because, according to Gizmodo, if you have one of those models, this most recent update won’t be compatible with your apparently obsolete phone. You’re, unfortunately SOL, because it only supports devices that are powered by a 64-bit processor, meaning you have to have an iPhone 5s or something newer.

The end of the line for both 5 and 5c updates was already coming, as it was already known that iOS would no longer support 32-bit apps starting later this year. Apple’s move to discontinue their support midway through the iOS 10’s cycle is a bit unorthodox (or maybe you have some other words for it). We’re not sure how many of these models are still in use, but we’re guessing millions, since Apple sold more than 90 million of these iPhones.

That being said, iOS 10.3.2. is not a major update, at all, as it will fix bugs on third-party VPN apps and add some new Siri commands. According to Forbes, this is the first time that Apple has ever cut off support for several iPhone models in the midst of a cycle, and also prior to a major version change.

Hey, at least you’re a part of history. Hopefully that can bring you some comfort, right?

Conversely, you could just say, “I don’t care about updates.” If that’s your philosophy, you and I are in the same boat. Just give me something that can text, call, take photos, and fire up some sex apps, and I’ll let you keep your Siri commands.