A-series chips and iOS without 32bit support

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A-series chips and iOS without 32bit support

on iOS Developers at Apr 11, 2017 13:01

There seem to be some rumours about Apple completely dropping support for 32-bit apps. Legacy apps won't work anymore unless the developers update them. This seems to be a move to free space for better performance and it will create a lot of work for iOS app developers, either to create 64-bit versions of their apps or to create new, improved apps to substitute the 32-bit version.

Do you think it is a smart move by Apple? Will they really remove all support for 32-bit apps?

Source: 9to5mac

Re: A-series chips and iOS without 32bit support

on iOS Developers at Jul 13, 2017 10:39

Yes this a smart move by Apple!
Apple has slowly been cracking down on 32-bit iOS apps, but it appears that it will make a drastic change come this fall. According to prominent developer Steven Troughton-Smith,
Apple will drop support for 32-bit apps altogether with iOS 11. This means that many legacy apps will no longer function at all.
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