After testing in beta, Apple launches a new live 32-bit app warning for users of macOS 10.13.4 from midnight local time. The alert will appear ce per applicati when a user launches 32-bit software for the first time when running the current versi of macOS.
The dialog box can be closed with the & # 39; OK & # 39; or users can click "Learn More" to access a newly released explanatory document 32-bit applicati compatibility with macOS High Sierra
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Apple warned developers in June that a future macOS update after the update current High Sierra would not run in 32-bit "No Compromise" and 64-bit applicatis are required for applicatis and applicati updates the Mac App Store since Jan. 1.
With the new macOS 10.13.4 alert dialog, Apple informs customers about the next requirement for 64-bit applicatis in the future.
macOS High Sierra does not change the way it looks …