Neglected Pure Connect speaker app silenced in iOS 11’s war on 32-bit • The Register

Wireless speaker maker Pure appears to be more the first casualties in Apple’s war on 32-bit iOS apps. Pure’s 32-bit Connect software for iThings won’t work on Apple’s new 64-bit-only iOS 11, meaning folks using Cupertino’s latest firmware and handsets can’t control their space-age hi-fis. The audio remote-control app joins various games, utilities and other 32-bit-only programs that are not allowed to run on iOS … Continue reading Neglected Pure Connect speaker app silenced in iOS 11’s war on 32-bit • The Register

iOS 11 Is Killing 32-Bit Apps. But This Is Good News

The latest version of your iPhone’s operating system comes with plenty of upgrades, and also a poop emoji that can frown when you do. But iOS 11 also thins the App Store herd, obsoleting older 32-bit apps with a single update. In other words, certain classics—like Flappy Bird—won’t work anymore. That culling has left plenty of iPhone owners anxious. Apple intentionally breaking apps, some of … Continue reading iOS 11 Is Killing 32-Bit Apps. But This Is Good News

The Full Nerd episode 25: Core i9 review, build an Xbox One X PC, and Creative’s 32-bit sound card

The Full Nerd episode 25: Core i9 review, build an Xbox One X PC, and Creative’s 32-bit sound card | PCWorld Cores, computers, and sound cards. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. In this episode of The Full Nerd the gang discusses PCWorld’s Core i9 review, building an Xbox One X PC, and the first 32-bit … Continue reading The Full Nerd episode 25: Core i9 review, build an Xbox One X PC, and Creative’s 32-bit sound card

Apple macOS to End 32-bit App Support After High Sierra

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32-Bit Apps No Longer Supported in iOS 11

Ahead of the launch of iOS 11, there were several signs suggesting 32-bit apps would no longer be supported in the new operating system, which has been confirmed with the release of the first iOS 11 beta. When attempting to open a 32-bit app when running iOS 11, the app refuses to launch, offering up a message that says the app needs to be updated … Continue reading 32-Bit Apps No Longer Supported in iOS 11