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Apple’s latest macOS update warns that 32-bit apps will be discontinued

April 12, 2018

APPLE HAS ISSUED a warning to users of 32-bit apps that their time is nearly numbered.

Mac users have already been warned last summer that 32-bit apps would be disabled in a post-High Sierra update, and indeed, no new 32-bit apps have been accepted into the Mac Store in 2018.

The support page explains: “All modern Macs include powerful 64-bit processors, and macOS runs advanced 64-bit apps, which can access dramatically more memory and enable faster system performance.

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