IOS & MacOs users check your apps

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by MCAsan, Sep 23, 2017.

  1. MCAsan macrumors 601


    Jul 9, 2012
    IOS 11 was released last Tuesday and MacOS High Sierra should be released on Monday. Be sure to check that your IOS-based photo apps (ie Affinity Photo or other) work OK before you need to depend on them. The same goes for the migration to High Sierra next week. As soon as you migrate, check that all your photo apps work.

    I have two photo apps that have problems running on High Sierra betas and Gold Standard beta. So those two apps will likely have updates early next week.

    Your mileage may vary.
  2. Hughmac macrumors demi-god


    Feb 4, 2012
    Kent, UK
    I have the GM of High Sierra installed on my iMac, and unbelievably my PhotoShop CS4 is working, despite problems crashing on save (and refusing to save) during the beta period.
    I even bought Elements 15 and Affinity in my panic because of this - needn't have bothered, but it's nice to have a backup ;)

    Cheers :)

  3. Apple fanboy macrumors Nehalem

    Apple fanboy

    Feb 21, 2012
    Behind the Lens, UK
    I never update to the latest and greatest for a good few weeks or even months after they come out for that exact reason.
    Let all the kinks get ironed out and developers up to date before I head there.
  4. stillcrazyman macrumors 68020


    Oct 10, 2014
    In Exile
    For the MacOS, there is a way to check to see if the app is 32 bit o 64 bit.

    In 'About This Mac', click the System Report button, scroll down the list of apps in 'Software>Applications' to view. There should be a column heading to sort by 64bit status.

    In iOS 10.x, it's under Settings> General> About> Apps - if there are 32bit apps there will be a number of them listed.
    It didn't show which particular apps were 32bit for me though, just a number (53). I manually checked every app.

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