iOS 11 will shut down some of th apps
The world and is transformed at a very exponential rate by the digital technology and the mobile application plays a vital role in this transformation. The application evolving the app technology every, developers keep pushing the limits to innovate new features and ideas. The mobile application has the power change the world around you but the mobile applications have to compete with the one thing that is the platform. Major Operating systems like Android by Google and iOS by Apple keep enhancing the user experience by raising the bar of standards the application. Both the companies frequently enroll their upgraded version that includes some major and some minor enhancement in accordance with the developers have to modify their app. But this time Apple has decided to notify the user that some of the existing apps that they are using will not work on the next version of iOS.
Apple regularly updates its operating system along with the hardware processors and the apps those unable to upgrade got shut down by the Apple. If we look back Apple upgraded and switch its software and its hardware from 32-bit supported operating system to the fully functional 6-bit version. And later in the year, 2015 Apple began to require the new apps or the upgraded apps supporting the 64-bit version.After this, the apps which are not upgraded and made compatible with the 64-bit version of the iOS will be shut down by the company. The warning that conveys the users about the app they are using and developer hasn't updated it is like this- “XYZ” App needs to be updated. The version of the app will not work with the future version of the app. The developer of this needs to update it to improve its compatibility.
You can know the list of the application that is not going to see the next day sun after iOS 11 release. All you need to do is tap the Settings icon on the home screen, then select General, then About and finally Tap the Applications. With this steps, the company's focus is on enriching the user experience and compromising nothing in the way. Recently in Google's annual I/O, the search engine giant warns all the one rated apps to improve their performance and hence the rating in order to sustain in the Play Store.
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