Apple stopped accepting 32 bits in its app store back in January. The company will shortly stop supporting these apps. From June of this year all apps will need to be 64 bit, any older 32 bit apps will no longer be supported on Apple’s Mac range of computers.
It looks like Apple has now started to inform people that 32 bit applications will only continue to be supported for a short while.
From today,anyone running macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 who runs a 32 bit app will see a one time message which says ‘This app needs to be updated by its developer to improve compatibility.’.
Developers have known about this for some time, from June these apps will no longer be supported. Hopefully the majority of the apps will be updated by the deadline.Filed Under: Apple, Top News