32-bit applications will not be able to run on iOS 11 - CYDIAPLUS.com


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Thursday, 8 June 2017

32-bit applications will not be able to run on iOS 11

It has been rumored for quite some time, and finally, Apple has decided that 32-bit applications can not be run on iOS 11 .

But why does Apple put so much effort in that all applications are developed for 64-bit processors? Basically, those of Cupertino claim that these applications can slow down the devices and cause several failures in the system, something that I personally can not quite believe.

Because of this, there are many applications that can not be executed in iOS 11, but that yes, we must bear in mind that we are only facing its first beta, so developers still have enough time to update their applications Before the final version is published.

In short, if we try to launch an application that has not been compiled for 64-bit processors, we will receive a poster notifying us that the developer must update it to be able to run on iOS 11, thus preventing its operation.

What do you think? Do you think that Apple is acting well, or on the contrary think that it should allow to execute them warning that these could slow down the device and not work properly?

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