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Are apps created in AEMM 32 or 64 bit?

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Hello,

Apple has announced the next version of IOS (11) will no longer support 32bit binaries, more information can be found here. In lieu of this can someone please confirm the the state of applications created in AEMM? And if they are the former, what are the plans to address the impending issue?

Many thanks,

José

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Hi,

Yes, older apps might have been built on 32-bit and will have to be rebuilt in AEM Mobile and submitted to the appStore.

Cheers.

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I've yet to find a satisfactory answer anywhere else. Can anyone help with this?

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Hello,

Just to note we are still awaiting a response to this question. Can anyone confirm's AEMM's compatibility with the forthcoming IOS release?

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Hi there,

We support 64-bit apps today in AEM Mobile!

In addition YES we will absolutely support iOS11, you bet.

Hope this helps.

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Hi laxman negi​,

Thanks for the reply. So to be clear, apps created today in AEMM are 64bit, which in itself is great. Can the same also be said for apps made older versions of the service? As we have a couple of apps already in the wild and so are wondering if we need to rebuild them?

Cheers,

José

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Hi,

Yes, older apps might have been built on 32-bit and will have to be rebuilt in AEM Mobile and submitted to the appStore.

Cheers.

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Thanks Ken Beaton​,

I don't suppose you could point me to specific version where this build types were changed?

Cheers,

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I've been running our AEM mobile app on iOS 11 since it was released and it works great. So yes, it's 64-bit.

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Jose,

Regarding apps built with the Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), "Any v32 app created after January 12, 2015 will have 64-bit support."

- What’s new in the Digital Publishing Suite September 2015 release