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Apple said at the meetings of the WWDC 17 Developers Conference, which will run until June 9, that macOS will stop supporting written applications for 32-bit processors. 209 more words
Apple has stopped showing older applications written for 32-bit handsets into search results in the App Store, according to TouchArcade.
Since the launch of the iPhone 5S, Apple has been using 64-bit processors, an architecture that delivers better performance overall, with larger memories as well. 178 more words