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    Quote Originally Posted by wotanwaton View Post
    My statement is still true.
    SC dropped support because of the above reason, not Apple.

    Why is it Apple decision for SC to end support for lower iOS?

    ”Technical reasons beyond our control” can mean many things, not at all related to Apple decisions.
    Pehaps SC are forced to do that “server swap wizadry”, and that makes the next update incompatible with older iOS versions?
    Perhaps the next update features that SC wanted to do are not possible in older iOS versions?
    Perhaps the next update doesn’t run well on older iOS versions, and it’s not possible for SC to optimize further?
    There are many reasons..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlix View Post
    My statement is still true.
    SC dropped support because of the above reason, not Apple.

    Why is it Apple decision for SC to end support for lower iOS?

    ”Technical reasons beyond our control” can mean many things, not at all related to Apple decisions.
    Pehaps SC are forced to do that “server swap wizadry”, and that makes the next update incompatible with older iOS versions?
    Perhaps the next update features that SC wanted to do are not possible in older iOS versions?
    Perhaps the next update doesn’t run well on older iOS versions, and it’s not possible for SC to optimize further?
    There are many reasons..
    main reason for apple could be 💲💲💲💲💲. apple want to make money. they make no money if they decide to let companys support older devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2222 View Post
    Are there a lot of devices still running iOS that old or older? I have an old cracked iPhone 4s at my office that can’t be unplugged for more than about 10 minutes and even that has a more updated iOS than 8.
    My iPhone 4 is still going. Though this may encourage me to finally upgrade it. Been meaning to since last August lol

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    i have iphone8 so on next update it would be useless i still hoping for some magic

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    Quote Originally Posted by ritikporwal2017 View Post
    i have iphone8 so on next update it would be useless i still hoping for some magic
    If you have iphone8 then you should be on ios11 with absolutely nothing to fear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ritikporwal2017 View Post
    i have iphone8 so on next update it would be useless i still hoping for some magic
    Man please can you help yourself to keep quit?

    Someone give this kid forum all star badge and make him to retire from forums lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveoUk View Post
    If you have iphone8 then you should be on ios11 with absolutely nothing to fear...
    That guy not having anything man and the statement make it clear that he doesn’t have an iPhone.

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    no, i have but just brought it a month ago,so i don't know many things about it and often use my android mobile and it's second hand mobile
    Last edited by ritikporwal2017; May 19th, 2018 at 01:17 PM.

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    Technical reasons beyond Supercell's control can mean that Apple is now enforcing all submitted apps to
    • support current SSL/HTTPS crypto standards
    • support IPv6 only Internet connections
    • be 64 bit only


    And iOS <9.x fails in one of these categories ... my guess is, it's still 32 bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmhausen View Post
    Technical reasons beyond Supercell's control can mean that Apple is now enforcing all submitted apps to
    • support current SSL/HTTPS crypto standards
    • support IPv6 only Internet connections
    • be 64 bit only


    And iOS <9.x fails in one of these categories ... my guess is, it's still 32 bit.

    Patrick
    Nope, Apple went 64bit with iOS 8 and have required apps to be 64bit compatible since June 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fette View Post
    Big deal, eh?

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