Description Apple is expected to get rid of all the 32-bit code from iOS itself. Currently, all recent apps in the iOS store have 32-bit code along with the 64-bit code, due to the App Store regulating its submission requirements. When 32-bit legacy apps run on a device that has a 64-bit support, a 32-bit subsystem has to be loaded before the app can actually run on the 64-bit device. This affects the device’s battery, performance, as well as the memory.

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