Apple launched a campaign to inform users about the sooner termination of support for 32-bit versions of programs by the operating system macOS. The company emphasizes that all modern Mac computers are equipped with 64-bit processors, and macOS is optimized for working with 64-bit applications.
Automatic notifications began to appear from today. To the end user this information is hardly useful, since the question is in the sphere of responsibility of software developers. At the same time, after a full transition to 64-bit software, older applications will stop working, but “users are warned”.
When the support for 32-bit programs stops, it is not specified . Obviously, this will not happen in the next couple of months. Previously, Apple had already notified developers that macOS High Sierra would be Apple’s latest desktop operating system supporting 32-bit applications.