Apple asked developers to update their applications for new versions of macOS - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Apple asked developers to update their applications for new versions of macOS



Apple reminded developers that as of January 2018, all new applications for mac os must support 64-bit processors.

The 64-bit processors allow the team to take more resources and use them more efficiently. In this way, the performance of the system and individual programs increases.

The new software hosting rules refer not to all. Some Apple developers grant an extension until June 2018. This refers to those whose applications have already been published in the Mac App Store.

macOS High Sierra - Apple's latest operating system, which is compatible with 32-bit applications. After the release of the next firmware version of the previous programs will stop running. Therefore, all developers are worth preparing new versions of their applications before the release of the update, even if they do not intend to sell in the Mac App Store.

Apple began to equip 64-bit Mac computers, processors already in 2006. However, for a long time it has supported software designed for 32-bit chips.

Previously, Apple rejected 32-bit application support in iOS 11.

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