Many iPhone/iPad users still use apps on their devices which are only 32-bit. These apps will not work in future if users upgrade to iOS 11, unless of course the apps themselves are updated to run natively in 64-bit.
This being the case, users may want to identify any important apps they have installed that will become useless if they upgrade to iOS 11 in a few months. By doing this users can prepare for the upgrade by:
- contacting the developer to confirm their future development plans, and
- finding alternative apps that will meet their needs
How can users identify which of their currently installed apps are still only 32-bit?