Thursday, June 29, 2017

Apple reminds developers of 64-bit requirement for iOS and Mac

Beta for iOS 11 developers
Apple gives more spin on developers and reminds them that they have to program in 64-bit for iOS and Mac applications .
Californians have demanded that all new iOS apps and updates to the App Store be so 64-bit. Since June 2015 Apple has begun to remove support for 32-bit applications, and leave them definitely out of the box with iOS 11 .
Apple has imposed 64-bit support for some time, but there are still a number of older iOS applications that have not been updated since 2015 , and are still in effect. With the arrival of iOS 11, the apple will be relentless, because when we try to open a 32-bit application in iOS 11 , it will not run and users will see a popup that says: "The developer of this application Need to upgrade to work with IOS 11. "
WWDC 2017
Therefore, new iOS applications and updates submitted to the App Store must be compatible with this system . If you are a developer and have not updated your application in the App Store with 64-bit support, you must do so that users can continue to run your developments on iOS 11, which is expected to be released this coming September.
At WWDC, Apple has announced plans to start phasing out 32-bit applications from the Mac App Store as well. Beginning in January 2018, Apple will require all new Mac apps submitted to the Mac App Store to be 64-bit, and all existing applications must implement support by June 2018 . According to Apple, MacOS High Sierra will be the latest version of macOS that will support 32-bit applications.
Therefore, if programs or developments are warned by the Cupertino.
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