Apple might put an end to almost 200,000 oldschool apps with iOS 11


Thousands of mobile developers might be in for a nasty surprise as Apple could be planning to obliterate a massive chunk of apps with the launch of its new and improved iOS 11, according to app analytics firm Sensor Tower. While the Big A has long been nudging developers to update older apps to be compatible with the new 64-bit processors that kicked off with the iPhone 5S, it seems the electronics giant is finally taking firmer steps to make this happen. Sensor Tower claims the move towards ending support for 32-bit software would render about 187,000 apps useless overnight. While…

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