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Apple encourages the switch to 64-bit with 'not optimized for Mac' message

7 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Today Apple started its push of 64-bit apps. The company's desire to banish 32-bit software and move everyone to modern, 64-bit versions is no secret and now it is starting the process of encouraging people to make the switch. With macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, messages will start to appear when 32-bit apps are run. They say "is not optimized for Mac" and they only appear once so as not to be a pest, but it's a gentle nudge for users and developers alike that the future for Apple is very much going to be based on 64-bits. Apple...
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9to5Mac Happy Hour 168: Red iPhone 8, 2019 Mac Pro, macOS 64-bit app transition

9to5Mac Happy Hour 168: Red iPhone 8, 2019 Mac Pro, macOS 64-bit app transition

7 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss Apple's new RED iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the wait for AirPower, the latest Mac Pro news, macOS High Sierra's 32-bit app warning, and watchOS 5 likely dropping old Apple Watch apps.
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Apple Now Informing Mac Users About 32-Bit App Support Ending

Apple Now Informing Mac Users About 32-Bit App Support Ending

7 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Companies are actively trying to push developers and users towards 64-bit apps as this has more or less become the standard now for both mobile and computing devices. Apple decided to ditch support for 32-bit devices with iOS 11 and it promised to make a similar move for Mac apps as well. The company has now started informing Mac users that 32-bit app support is going to end in the near future.
Apple made the initial announcement during its Platform State of the Union keynote at WWDC 2017. It told developers that macOS High Sierra would be the latest iteration of macOS to have support for...
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Apple Will Stop Supporting 32 Bit Apps Soon

Apple Will Stop Supporting 32 Bit Apps Soon

7 monthes ago   |   By Geeky Gadgets

Apple stopped accepting 32 bits in its app store back in January. The company will shortly stop supporting these apps. From June of this year all apps will need to be 64 bit, any older 32 bit apps will no longer be supported on Apple's Mac range of computers. It looks like Apple has now...
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Google Expedites Closure of Google+ After Bug Investigation

Google Expedites Closure of Google+ After Bug Investigation

Google announced that it will expedite the closure of Google+ for consumers. In October of this year, Google said it would shut down Google+ for consumers “over a ten month... Read more ...

Instagram Direct introduces walkie-talkie voice messaging

Instagram Direct introduces walkie-talkie voice messaging

Sick of typing out Instagram Direct messages like a chump? Well, you're in luck, because the latest version of the popular photo sharing app now allows users to send their... Read more ...

Epic Games removes Infinity Blade trilogy from the App Store, says it has...

Epic Games removes Infinity Blade trilogy from the App Store, says it has become ‘difficult to support'

Epic Games announced today that it has removed its three Infinity Blade for iOS games from the App Store. The three games are no longer available to purchase from the App Store... Read more ...

Google brings the Lens visual search feature to its iOS search app

Google brings the Lens visual search feature to its iOS search app

Google Lens is a feature that uses a phone's camera to provide a visual search of the image seen in the viewfinder. If it is a product that Lens recognizes, it will tell you... Read more ...

How to view which apps have location permissions on iOS

How to view which apps have location permissions on iOS

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Google+ privacy flaw forces the service to speed up shutdown

Google+ privacy flaw forces the service to speed up shutdown

While Alphabet Inc. initially intended to shut down its Google+ social media platform by August 2019 following a data breach, the company has pushed forward the date to April... Read more ...

Google Lens visual search now rolling out to Google app for iOS

Google Lens visual search now rolling out to Google app for iOS

Google Lens began widely rolling out to Android in March and got a big update at I/O 2018 with real-time results and smart text selection. The visual search feature is now... Read more ...

Feature Request: Boost location data privacy with option to share only at...

Feature Request: Boost location data privacy with option to share only at city level

Apple already offers fairly tight control of location data privacy. We can choose whether or not to share it at all. We can choose to share it or not with specific apps. We can... Read more ...

Some apps pass personally identifiable location data to as many as 40 companies

Some apps pass personally identifiable location data to as many as 40 companies

A lengthy NY Times feature provides some stark illustrations of the extent to which potentially-identifiable location data is being captured, shared and retained by both iOS... Read more ...

Google Purges The Play Store Of Click Fraud Apps

Google Purges The Play Store Of Click Fraud Apps

For the most part, the Google Play Store does a pretty good job at keeping out malware that has been disguised as apps. However this doesn't mean that apps on the Play Store... Read more ...