A bad news comes from the 9to5mac website for IOS users and musicians. Probably Apple plan to not longer support apps with 32 bit architecture in IOS 11. The problem is that many IOS apps will no longer work with the newest operation system and some important apps are death at this point. Good example will be Nanostudio, one of the first IOS music digital audio workstations. The developers wrote in their forum that they will release Nanostudio 2 with 64 Bit architecture. I hope Apple will not kill all this legendary old apps from the store but I don’t have a lot of esperance for an work change.
I recommend to all IOS developer to update the existing apps to guarantee that we can work with these apps in the future. If you want to use these apps, don’t update to IOS 11. In the latest 10.3 beta, Apple warned already the people about 32 bit apps which can slow down the iPad. Be carful.