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We will also run through those apps that are known not to be compatible with Mojave and offer solutions to those readers who need to run unsupported apps but don’t want to miss out on the new features in mac OS Mojave.
There are a few areas where there are likely to be compatibility issues with Mojave and certain apps.
The warning indicated that: “This app needs to be updated by its developer to improve compatibility”.
Then in June 2018, while announcing mac OS Mojave, Apple's vice president of software Sebastien Marineau stated that: "This year, we're announcing that mac OS Mojave is the last release to support 32-bit, at all." That doesn't necessarily mean that the app will run without issues.
Many of the developers who don’t yet have 64-bit versions of their apps are already making the transition from 32-bit.
If they aren't then it’s probably time to consider switching to a more modern app.
The company explains that 64-bit apps can access more memory and therefore you can expect faster system performance.
This isn’t the first time Apple has ended support for 32-bit apps - in 2017 the company ended support for 32-bit apps in i OS 11.
Here at Macworld we are running old versions of Creative Suite and Microsoft Office, so we can identify with this upgrade dilemma.It is also possible that some apps will work, but they may be buggy or there may be some setting you need to change in order to get them to work.Before updating it's a good idea to check if any of your apps may not run as well as they did in older versions of the Mac operating system - which is probably why you are here reading this.Even if it does run in Mojave, the next version of mac OS will not run 32-bit apps at all, so it's soon going to be time to upgrade to a newer version of your old app, or find an alternative.Therefore the first thing to do is to check whether any of the apps you are currently using on your Mac are 32-bit and make plans to stop relying on them by September 2019 if you will want to update to the version of mac OS that launches then.
If you want to find out about the new features that Mojave offers, read our review of Mojave.