To avoid unnecessary apps and to support better quality, Apple has decided to bid goodbye to 32-bit apps altogether with the release of iOS 11.
Apple started supporting 64-bit apps with the launch of iPhone 5s in 2013 and iOS developers were informed to create 64-bit apps since February 2015.
The company has officially launched iOS 10.3 which has major updates like WiFi calling, AirPods and SiriKit. Other updates include a new iCloud section under the Apple ID settings menu and new security features.
The latest iOS version is believed to be announced along with the 10thanniversary edition iPhone 8 launch.