Apple wants all iOS apps to use 64-bit code starting in February

Apple's graphic when it unveiled the 64-bit A7 chip

Apple may have only introduced 64-bit computing to iPhones and iPads a little over a year ago, but it’s already preparing for the day when legacy 32-bit code is gone for good. The Cupertino crew is now telling developers that their iOS apps must include 64-bit support from February 1st onward. While the company won’t kick out existing titles, both new apps and updated releases will have to make the switch. Theoretically, this is easy — developers just have to build apps using the most recent tools and standard settings.

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Via: 9to5Mac

Source: Apple Developer

By | 2014-10-21T09:00:05+00:00 October 21st, 2014|Android Related|0 Comments

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