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32-Bit iOS Apps Stop Appearing In Search Results

As Apple forcefully implements its shift away from 32-bit software, apps that haven't been switched to 64-bit are being excluded from App Store search results.
Direct links to the apps still exist, but you can't really browse for 32-bit items.
This change has been implemented ahead of iOS 11's reveal at WWDC, an event that begins June 5. iOS 11 is expected to be 64-bit only.
If 32-bit apps truly aren't going to be supported anymore, it makes sense to push developers to change their apps and to push users away from installing them.

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