Update to the Minimum iOS System Requirements for Outlook for iOS

Update to the Minimum iOS System Requirements for Outlook for iOS

If you're an Outlook for iOS user, it's essential to know that the app is only supported on the two most recent versions of iOS. When a new version of the operating system is released, Outlook's system requirement becomes the two most recent versions: the current version and the previous iteration of iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS.

Outlook for iOS is about to withdraw its support for iOS 15 when iOS 17 rolls out. This means that after iOS 17 is released, Outlook devices running iOS 15 or earlier versions will no longer receive Office app updates.

The system requirements for Outlook for iOS will be revised to reflect support for iOS 17. Microsoft will update the minimum system requirements for Outlook for iOS from iOS 15 to iOS 16. Customers can continue using an older version of Outlook for iOS until they update their device to iOS 16 or above. Once the customers update their device, they will receive the newest version of Outlook. Users on iOS 15 devices will eventually stop synchronizing email and calendar data over time, unless they have a supported version of iOS.

This change will only affect individuals using Outlook for iOS apps on iOS 15 or lower. Microsoft will retire support for iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8, and the only supported versions for iPad and Apple Watch will be iPadOS 16 and 17, watchOS 9, and 10.

To prepare for this change, it is recommended that users update their device operating system to iOS 16. It is also crucial to note that the change will not affect anyone using Outlook for iOS apps on iOS 16 or above.

For further information on the current minimum system requirements for Office 365, visit this link.

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