Apple Removes 32-Bit Apps from App Store


Apple is set for developer’s conference in San Jose today, and ahead of its keynote address. Gives clear understanding on the rumored end to 32-bit apps altogether. Now, ahead of the event reports hint 32-bit apps briefly removed from App Store search results altogether.

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iOS 11 reported to bring many new changes. Including new animation, notification graphic tweaks, revamp of the Apple Music app, and much more. Many iPad-centric changes expected as well.

Removing 32-Bit Apps

The 32-bit apps were no longer showing up in search results in App Store for a while. Searching for games like Touch Arcade, Ridiculous Fishing, Dungeon Raid, and more games. The report claimed that the apps are still available via a direct link.

However, 32-bit apps began showing up again after a 12-24 hour period, the report claimed. This indicates Apple doing some test of sorts, and testifies further iOS 11, reported to support only 64-bit apps, will kill support altogether in the future.

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Advantages of 64-bit apps include dropping age-old technology, an app eventually demanding quite less space on your iPhone, and the hardware itself getting rid of unnecessary 32-bit components altogether.