Canonical is now surveying users to find out whether there is an appetite to phase out 32-bit support following a draft plan, put forward by an Ubuntu developer, to drop i386 support by 2023.
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Apple has been requiring developers to submit 64-bit apps for over a year now. Beginning with the iOS 10 beta, it would appear that devices will now warn users trying to use older 32-bit applications.
The Nokia Here app is still in beta stage, but the development team is hard at work improving the user experience and also making it compatible with the latest hardware, as shown in the latest update.
Mozilla seems to have finally decided that a 64-bit version of its popular Firefox browser is a worthy project to focus on. Unfortunately the first such version is only expected to launch next year.