Apple continues to be strong in its war against applications developed in 32-bit, so we find indications that applications developed in 32-bit will probably be a product of the past in future versions of iOS. It’s no small amount of time that the Cupertino company has warned that they are applications that should be disappearing from the iOS App Store little by little, and many developers have ignored the warnings of Apple throughout this time. In the end, it seems that the Cupertino company has been forced to take more incisive action in this regard.
Since iOS 9, Apple has been including iOS ads that alert us to applications developed in 32-bit and its malfunction. More specifically, since February 2015, Apple has been urging developers to forget about this development technique and to update their applications to make them as compatible with the latest processors as possible.
“[App Name]” Needs to Be Updated
This app will not work with future versions of iOS. The developer of this app needs to update it to improve its compatibility.
However, a new alert pop-up has appeared in the first beta of iOS 10.3, which seems to indicate that Apple will completely cut the support tap for these applications in the future.
In short, everything points to that in iOS 11 Apple will give the final blow to all the content developed in 32-bit that is present in the iOS App Store, and we will say goodbye to these archaic applications, since the developers have not shown Too much interest in making them functional.
(Source: @steipete [Twitter])