mercredi 7 juin 2017

Apple pushing macOS devs to release 64-bit apps

Apple has long made it clear that support for 32-bit apps will be phased out eventually. On the iPhone and iPad side, the final nail in the coffin comes with iOS 11. However, macOS developers have a bit more time left to prepare for a 64-bit only future. Starting next year, Apple will no longer accept 32-bit macOS apps in the App Store, which means that any new titles must be 64-bit from January onwards. However, for existing apps and their upcoming updates there is a different deadline. Developers who already have macOS apps in the App Store will only be able… [Continue Reading]

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