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Hi all,

 

We’re no longer going to be releasing software updates to the IG Trading app on Apple devices running iOS 7. This is because there are newer versions available that provide a more efficient trading experience.

 

To get a newer version of iOS and ensure that your app can still receive updates, simply go to ‘settings’ > ‘general’ > ‘software update’ on your Apple device.

 

If you’re using an iPhone 4 or older, you won’t be able to upgrade from iOS 7. However there’s no need to worry, as you can still use the IG Trading app. Just bear in mind that it won’t receive any further updates.

 

If you have any questions about this or need help with your account, do let us know.

 

Thanks,

Tim

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