PainChek is supported on all devices that can run iOS 14 or later. Apple publishes a list of supported devices with each version of iOS/iPadOS - for version 14, the current version at the time of writing, see the list here).
The following devices have been verified as compatible with PainChek:
- iPhone models: 6S, 6S+, 7, 7+, 8, 8+, X, XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, 12
- iPad (5th generation), iPad (6th generation)
- iPad Mini (5th generation)
- iPad Air (3rd generation, iPad Air (4th generation)
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Pro: 10.5" and 12.9" (2nd Generation)
Apple devices must be running the latest publicly released version of iOS or iPadOS or one of the two prior versions. At the time of writing, the current iOS/iPadOS version was 14, meaning PainChek is currently supported on iOS versions 12, 13 and 14.
PainChek is supported on these devices Android devices:
|Samsung||S6/S6 Edge||SM-G920I, SM-G920F|
|Samsung||S8/S8+ devices||SM-G950F, SM-G955F|
|Samsung||S9/S9+ devices||SM-G960F, SM-G965F|
|Samsung||Galaxy Tab A 8"||SM-T380, SM-T385, SM-T290|
|Samsung||Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10" (2017 model)||SM-T580|
|Samsung||Galaxy S2 Tablet||SM-T713|
|Ascom||Myco 3||Ascom Myco 3 Cellular Wi-Fi|
|Nokia||Nokia 6.1||Nokia 6.1|
PainChek is designed to run on devices meeting these minimum requirements:
- Quad-core 1.3GHz processor (1.5GHz recommended)
- 2GB RAM (3GB Recommended)
- 5GB of available storage (10GB recommended)
- 2MP selfie/front camera (5MP recommended)
- 8MP main/rear camera
- Minimum screen resolution (width x height) of 768 x 1024 pixels (1080 x 1920 recommended)
- Minimum diagonal screen size of 4.5 inches (5 inches recommended)
- A supported version of Android (see below)
Devices that match these specifications should work fine, but please contact email@example.com if you plan to run PainChek on a device that is not officially supported and we'll confirm the suitability of your chosen device.
PainChek will work on devices from other manufacturers, but we have focused our testing efforts to date on the top 10 phones and tablets in the Australian and Global markets, and they are mostly Samsung devices.
Android devices must be running the latest publicly released version of Android, or one of the three prior versions. At the time of writing, the current Android version was 10, meaning PainChek is currently supported on versions 7, 8, 9 and 10.