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Microsoft OneDrive 13.50.1 release finally supports iOS 14, the new version will only support iOS 15/16



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IT House reported on February 8 that Microsoft’s OneDrive iOS version recently ushered in a version 13.50.1 update, and the official update log shows, “This is the last version of the OneDrive iOS app that can be installed on devices using iOS 14.The next version will only support iOS 15 and 16. “

Since November last year, Microsoft OneDrive has been reminding that it plans to abandon support for iOS 14 and ipadOS 14 support. OneDrive will continue to support the current version of iOS/iPadOS (16) and the previous version, iOS/iPadOS 15. IT Home also recommends that qualified users upgrade their Apple devices to the latest iOS 16 system as soon as possible.

According to the official introduction,Microsoft OneDrive backs up, protects, syncs and accesses users’ photos and files across all devices. Through the OneDrive app, users can view and share OneDrive files, documents, photos and videos with friends and family. Users can use the app to automatically back up their phone’s photos and videos, start using 5GB of free cloud storage, or upgrade to a Microsoft 365 subscription to get 1TB of storage.

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