Apple are expected to reveal iOS 11 at WWDC later this year and the software will launch with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in September.
It looks like iOS 11 may not support 32-bit apps and instead will only support 64-bit apps, this has yet to be confirmed by Apple.
The guys over at MacRumors have noticed that Apple have changed the wording when you download a 32-bit app in iOS 10.3 beta, it now says that the app may no longer work with future versions of iOS.
This would suggest that Apple is planning to withdraw support for 32-bit apps and it looks like this may happen with the launch of iOS 11.
Apple devices that support 64-bit apps include the iPhone 5S and above, which suggests that older devices may not get the iOS 11 update.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple