Apple announced today that it’s releasing a new iOS upgrade that lets you upgrade your iPhone or iPads without purchasing a new iPhone or a new iPad.
The update comes with support for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and iPhone SE models.
The upgrade also includes support for Apple Pay and Apple Pay Express, two new Apple Pay apps.
The upgrade also comes with a couple of new apps: The Apple Watch app, a watchOS 2 companion app, and an iPhone app.
The first app, the Apple Watch App, lets you set your iPhone as a companion and take advantage of Apple Pay, while the second app, Apple Pay Pass, lets users track their Apple Pay card and spend it on other services like Starbucks, and the Apple Pay app is also compatible with Apple Pay in the App Store.
Apple said the new iOS 7.0.1 update is compatible with iOS 9.1 and earlier.
The new update is available for the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6C, 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4, 3G, and 3.3G.
For all other models, the upgrade is not available.
The update comes after Apple announced a couple months ago that it was introducing support for iOS 8.0 and iOS 9, allowing users to use the iOS 8 version of iCloud and the iOS 9 version of iMessage without having to upgrade their iPhones.
Apple announced iOS 8 support for new iPhones and iPads on June 5, and it added support for iPhones 5s, 5c, 5s Plus and 6s devices on September 1.
It’s not clear when iOS 9 will arrive for iPhones and iPad, but we expect to hear about it in the near future.