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Apple starts sending alerts to 32-bit apps developers

After transitioning from 32-bit apps to 64-bit apps on the iOS App Store,and in a step to continue the transition from 32-bit apps to 64-bit apps, Apple started to send live warning for users on macOs 10.13.14 ,the warning message will appear once you open a 32-bit app and you can dismiss it by clicking the “Okay” button.

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Apple informed the developers on June 1 that the coming update of macOS after macOS High Sierra won’t run 32-bit apps without compromise.

In addition to the warning message, Apple lets you check for 64-bit compatibility via the system report feature.

In the end, Apple believes that this transition will give the users a better experience with the apps and a better performance of the system.

Did you get the alert message? What do you think of this step?

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