iOS 11 reportedly support on 64-bit apps

“Starting with iOS 10.3, Apple has started alerting users when they open a 32-bit app on iOS. The pop up notification reads that the app must be updated by the developer or else it may not work with future versions of iOS,” tech website 9to5mac.com reported on Monday.

Apple started supporting 64-bit applications with the launch of the iPhone 5s. The tech giant also asked developers to submit new apps with 64-bit support since February 2015 and app updates starting June 2015.

Last month, Apple has officially released iOS 10.3 update that has major updates regarding its newly launched AirPods, WiFi calling and SiriKit.

So it is time to update your iPhones and Applications.

–IANS