Microsoft OneDrive 14.21.5 released – Last upgrade for iOS/ iPad OS 15

OneDrive is a cloud storage service that allows users to store, share, and access files from anywhere. Recently, Microsoft released version 14.21.5 of OneDrive for iOS/iPadOS 15. The company also reminded users that this is the last version to support iOS/ iPad OS 15 devices. The next version will only support iOS 16 and 17.

Since November last year, Microsoft OneDrive began to remind users that they planned to drop support for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. In the 14.1.1 update released in February this year, Microsoft announced that OneDrive only supports iOS/iPadOS version 15 or higher. In less than a year, iOS/iPadOS 15 has no access to OneDrive.

What is Microsoft OneDrive?

Microsoft OneDrive is a file hosting service operated by Microsoft, first released in August 2007. It allows registered users to store, share, and sync their files. OneDrive also serves as the storage backend of the web version of Microsoft 365/Office. The service offers 5 GB of free storage space, with additional storage options available through subscriptions. The OneDrive client app provides file synchronization and cloud backup features and is available for various platforms, including Windows, macOS, , iOS, and Xbox. OneDrive is integrated into Windows, Microsoft Office, and the Photos hub in Windows Phone. This allows users to access their files seamlessly.

The service has evolved to become the center of the file experience in Microsoft 365, offering features such as offline access, automatic photo backup, and secure storage. The next generation of OneDrive includes new file views, governance controls, creation tools, and Copilot to facilitate file management and extraction of information. The OneDrive mobile app allows users to save, edit, and share photos, videos, and files on the go, providing backup, access, and organization of files across devices. Also, OneDrive offers unlimited individual cloud storage for qualifying plans for subscriptions of five or more users.

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Microsoft OneDrive can back up, protect, synchronize and access users' photos and files on 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 with 5GB of free cloud storage, or upgrade to a Microsoft 365 subscription to get 1TB of storage.

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What Does This Mean for Users of Apple iOS/iPadOS 15?

On November 16, 2023, Microsoft released version 14.21.5 of OneDrive for Apple iOS/iPadOS 15. This version will be the last to support these operating systems. This means that users of Apple iOS/iPadOS 15 will no longer receive updates or support for OneDrive after this version.

Users of Apple iOS/iPadOS 15 who rely on OneDrive for cloud storage and file sharing will need to upgrade their operating systems to continue using OneDrive. Microsoft recommends upgrading to iOS/iPadOS 16 or 17 to ensure access to the latest version of the OneDrive app.


Microsoft OneDrive is a popular cloud storage service that offers a range of features for users. The release of OneDrive 14.21.5 for Apple iOS/iPadOS 15 marks the end of support for these operating systems. Users of Apple iOS/iPadOS 15 who rely on OneDrive will need to upgrade their operating systems to continue using the service. Microsoft recommends upgrading to iOS/iPadOS 16 or 17 to ensure access to the latest version of the OneDrive app. What do you think about this last OneDrive update for iOS/iPadOS 15 devices? Will you update your iOS system because of this? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below

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Efe Udin is a seasoned tech writer with over seven years of experience covering a wide range of tech topics. From mobile phones to tablets, Efe has kept a keen eye on the latest advancements and trends, providing insightful analysis and reviews to inform and educate readers.

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