Description Apple has always aligned its products and services with the economic policy of planned obsolescence, whereby a product is designed and developed in a way that renders it obsolete after a certain period of time. The products are “planned” to last for that particular time and no longer. Apple essentially planned for the 32-bit supported iPhone 5c (and any similarly older Apple device) to only be useful for so long. We should not be surprised with the phasing out of 32-bit support system from either the iOS App Store on the iPhone or the Mac App Store.

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