A lot of Apple users are worried as there is a report claiming that the next iOS 10.3.2 will be Apple iPhone 5 and 5C’s death. Yet, clarifications had been followed up immediately debunking the false rumors and had stated that the update will run on the devices.

According to an article in Forbes, iOS 10.3.2 appears "ready to cut off support for several iPhone models mid-cycle, the first time Apple has ever done this before a major version change.” Hence, it was mentioned that the next update will only support 64-bit processor devices, excluding iPhone 5 and 5C with just running on 32-bit processors.

Furthermore, it was reported that the iOS 10.3.2 update will not only render the iPhone 5 and 5C obsolete but other Apple products as well. Specifically, iPads older than the iPadMini 2 model as well as fifth generation and below iPod Touch models were mentioned to be removed from the following updates. Thus, the update is expected to only run starting on the iPhone 5S up to the latest models.

The publication then updated their post that they are currently in touch with Apple. “Apple has asked for time to look into this and discover why older iPhones have been excluded from the release.” It was also explained that reports had been surfacing that the iOS 10.3.2 beta is rolling out in their iPhone 5 and 5Cs.

With that said a source cleared on Gizmodo that the iOS 10.3.2 beta is rolling out perfectly fine on his iPhone 5 indeed. It was also mentioned by the publication that another source “familiar with the situation” had verified that the iOS 10.3.2 will support the handsets.

Yet, it was still noted that the upcoming iOS 11 will indeed stop supporting the previous flagship smartphones of Apple, iPhone 5 and 5C. Nonetheless, people who would want to stick to their iPhone 5, 5C and other Apple 32-bit processor devices would have to deal with not updating anymore as the time comes.