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Friday, 23 June 2017

How to know which apps will stop working with iOS 11

The new version of iOS, iOS 11 , is one of the most followed releases of the year. Estenuevo software brings many innovative features and improvements to the millions of iPhone and iPad that are in the hands of users. Since releasing this update, millions of users will be racing to upgrade their iPhone or iPad to this new version.

There are many other users who can not wait and install the public beta as soon as it is released, there is another small minority that will do so with the developer beta . Among all the new features that accompany iOS 11 there is one that will not please any user : some applications are not going to be compatible with this new version.

You can tell if your applications will be incompatible

Current iOS versions support 32- and 64-bit applications, however, iOS 11 will only be compatible with 64-bit applications . This implies that if your applications are being updated regularly, you will not have any compatibility issues.

Do not believe it, there are hundreds of applications in the 32-bit App Store , and you may have one of them. There are users who have seen how applications have stopped working at the time of upgrading to iOS 11 and have been stunned. If you're concerned that the same thing happens to you and you want to know if you have a 32-bit application, do not worry, we'll teach you how to detect it.

First you must have iOS 10 or later.

Go to Settings.

Once in this section, you will see which applications on your iPhone are 32-bit . As soon as you upgrade to iOS 11, beta or final version will stop working. Do not worry if you do not get anything, it means that you do not have 32-bit applications.

Unfortunately there is not much you can do to deal with this problem , it depends on the good faith of the developers and they decide to pass their 64-bit app. That process of returning to the compatible app can last a long time, so we recommend you look for a replacement.

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