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Verify if your phone or tablet is compatible with Cubicasa

Henrique Mezzabarba avatar
Written by Henrique Mezzabarba
Updated over a week ago

Check in the following lists if your device is supported by Cubicasa.

iOS devices

Not sure which one you have? Find the model number of your device, then identify your iPhone model or identify your iPad model. A newer device will improve scanning.

We require at least iOS 16.0 to be able to run on your Apple devices.




iPhone 8 and newer devices.


iPad Pro 2020, iPad Pro 5th generation, iPad Pro 4th generation, iPad Pro 3rd generation, iPad Pro 2nd generation, iPad Air 3rd generation, iPad 5th generation, iPad mini 5th generation, iPad 6th generation, iPad 7th generation, iPad 8th generation, and newer devices.

LiDAR devices

Devices with LiDAR have better accuracy overall. They are usually the Pro version of iOS model.

  • iPhone 15 Pro Max

  • iPhone 15 Pro

  • iPhone 14 Pro Max

  • iPhone 14 Pro

  • iPhone 13 Pro Max

  • iPhone 13 Pro

  • iPhone 12 Pro Max

  • iPhone 12 Pro

  • iPad Pro 2022

  • iPad Pro 2020 (iPad Pro 12.9 inch 4th gen, iPad Pro 11 inch 2nd gen)

  • iPad Pro 2021

Android devices

We require at least Android 10 and ARCore support to be able to run on your Android device.

If you have a doubt or encounter issues, verify your device appears in the ARCore supported devices list. Should it be the case, please contact or start a chat and provide us with the full model of your device and we'll take it from there.

If you device is not in the list of supported it simply can't run Cubicasa.

Mobile Data

Mobile data (i.e. a 4G/LTE or cellular-enabled iPad) is not required to send scans. You can use Wi-Fi from your home or office to send to the cloud for processing. The app requires internet access during initial startup but you can scan while offline.

Sending scans can use a lot of bandwidth. If you decide to use mobile data to send for processing, keep in mind that your mobile data charges can be large and may take longer.

Battery Consumption

Scanning uses a lot of processing power, however, you should not need more than 5% battery life to complete a scan, even a large one. We recommend, however, that you have at least 50% battery life.

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