With the release of iOS 10.3.2 beta testing, Apple isn’t offering iTunes restore images for 32-bit devices like iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C, suggesting the forthcoming point update and that mark as a watershed for iOS. Apple recently released its iOS 10.3.2 to its developer beta program. The new iOS 10.3.2 can only deliver support for the devices of 64-bit, and this is disappointing for the several fans of it. Several users had a complaint about its new features after the iOS 10.3.2 was available to Public Beta Testers. The 32-bit Apple devices like iPhone and iPhone 5C are affected by the new modification made by Apple iOS 10.3.2 as the new iOScutsoff support for it.
The latest iOS 10.3.2 beta version issued recently and only contains restore images for 64-bit devices that cut off support for a definitive signal that 32-bit devices are on their way out, that is, by this modification, Apple is dropping support for older hardware architecture.
The firmware is still in the beta testing program; Apple could opt to build in support at a later date. It would be a strange move for Apple to end the 32-bit device support. Apple continues its push feature towards an all 64-bit feature devices.
The iOS 10.3.2 sends out the messages to its users that Apple can no longer guarantee the support throughout a full iOS generation and it is also described that those users who want to join the Apple’s iOS 10.3.2 beta testing program, they can easily sign up and join through the Beta testing website. Those users who have joined the Beta testing program can also have access to both the Ios and MacOS Sierra betas.