With iOS 11, Apple is phasing out support for 32-bit apps and devices completely from iOS. On the macOS side, Apple says that macOS High Sierra will be the last release of the OS to support 32-bit apps.
macOS High Sierra
Alongside iOS 11 and watchOS 4, Apple also announced macOS 10.13 High Sierra at WWDC earlier this week. High Sierra is all about performance improvements and primarily comes with many underlying changes and improvements.
Apart from the amazing hardware announcements at WWDC 2017, Apple unveiled a new operating system for Mac called macOS High Sierra.
Today, Apple held its yearly keynote speech to start the Worldwide Developers Conference. And, sure enough, the company had a lot to go over.
Apple has just seeded the first beta of macOS High Sierra, the newest operating system for the Mac, to developers. Apple had unveiled the software at its WorldWide Developers Conference earlier today, which includes a number of new features and improvements.
Today during its keynote kicking off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed the latest iteration of its desktop operating system, macOS.