Last week at the opening keynote of WWDC 2017, Apple announced updates for all its software offerings and also unveiled new hardware products and in an unusual move even teased some upcoming new devices from it.
Yesterday, during Apple’s keynote speech for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, a variety of different individuals took the stage to unveil what’s new from the Cupertino-based company. There was so much to talk about, in fact, that even at just over two hours some of the parts still felt rushed.
Today, Apple held its yearly keynote speech to start the Worldwide Developers Conference. And, sure enough, the company had a lot to go over.
With iOS 11, Apple is making a big underlying change to iOS. It is completely dropping 32-bit support from the OS. This means that iOS 11 will only work with iPhones and iPads that are powered by a 64-bit A-series chipset. To go along with it, the company is also dropping support for 32-bit apps from the iOS App Store.