Apple will support the latest iPhones for five years, Samsung and Google seven years

When buying a high-end phone, update policies are crucial since they determine how long your device stays secure. Apple has historically outperformed other brands in providing updates but never officially guaranteed a minimum support period—until now. Following the UK’s new Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) regulation, Apple must offer a “defined support period” for iPhones sold in the UK. For the iPhone 15 Pro Max, this period is at least five years from its release on September 22, 2023, ensuring security updates until September 22, 2028. However, this is less than Samsung and Google’s seven-year update guarantees. Despite this, Apple has often extended support beyond five years, giving hope that iPhone users may receive updates longer than the minimum requirement.

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