We previously heard a rumor that iOS 11 would end support for 32-bit apps and now more evidence has been revealed to support this.
According to a recent report Apple has stopped showing 32-bit apps in search results, although you can apparently still use direct links for these apps.
Apple is expected to make their new iOS 11 software official at their Worldwide Developer Conference later today and the OS is expected to only support 64-bit apps.
Apple will launch iOS 11 later in the year along with their new iPhone 8 range of handsets and we are expecting this to happen some time in September.
We are looking forward to seeing what Apple has planned for iOS 11, as soon as we get some more details about the OS, we will let you guys know.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPad, Apple iPhone