Apple shifts to 64bit

June 7, 2017

 

 

One of the big events in the Mac and iOS world is WWDC, held every year in California, when the Cupertino giant announces new and tweaked products. However, this year Apple has annoyed some of the faithful by announcing that iOS11, the next version of its mobile operating system, will only run on 64bit devices  – thus meaning some older hardware whose processors won’t support 64bit won’t get the next upgrade.

 

Those devices are the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5c and the iPad4, while the oldest devices that will get the upgrade – and are thus presumably next for the chopping block – are the iPhone 5s and the iPad Air.

The move to 64bit also means that even if your device will get iOS11, not all your apps will work either if they’re 32bit-only.

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