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iOS 11 is almost here, and literally all the signs point to the new mobile platform version dropping 32-bit app support altogether.
We don't know much about Apple's fast-approaching iOS 11 build, and one of the few rumors floating around is a bit of a no-brainer.
It's been two years since Android made the switch and we saw RAM counts peaking in the last year. So, why is Windows 10 Mobile still stuck in first gear?
Apps are getting more able but they rely on hardware to keep them running smooth. In the Specs vs Software Optimization war, which will yield to the other?
HTC just released the first of the 64-bit Androids, but did so quietly and with a big footnote that's got some calling foul! Would you like to know more?