Most Viewed Content:

Apple iPhone 14 Pro dark purple new color first

Apple has just announced the iPhone 14 Pro and...

Intel’s 13th generation Core revealed to have cut PCIe 5.0 SSD support

Intel's 12th generation Core released last year not only...

Meta Acquires Haptic Feedback Startup Lofelt, Continues Its Metaverse Experience

As Facebook parent company Meta Platforms gets involved in...

OPPO, Vivo, and Xiaomi mainstream application stores will further implement the 32-bit application

2020, Baidu, OPPO, Tencent, Vivo, Xiaomi and other ecological software and hardware enterprises jointly initiated the establishment of a mobile intelligent terminal ecological alliance (Intelligent Terminal Alliance, referred to as the “Gold Standard Alliance”).

This afternoon, the Gold Standard Alliance issued the “Important Notice on 64-bit Adaptation Timeline (II)”, stating that in order to better improve the performance experience of Android applications, reduce the power consumption impact of Android applications and improve user experience, mainstream application stores such as OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi, members of the Gold Standard Alliance, will further implement the 32-bit application update package restriction strategy, as follows.

Starting from October 1, 2022: Applications other than games will no longer be allowed to update 32-bit application packages alone and can support compatibility packages or dual-package updates.

Starting from December 1, 2022, game applications will no longer be allowed to update 32-bit packages alone, and must support compatible packages or dual-package updates.

The notice points out that applications that are still not adapted by that time will not be able to be put on the shelves and updated separately, and the mobile chip platform will also weaken and stop supporting 32-bit applications, with unpredictable consequences.

The Gold Standard Alliance said that 64-bit mobile computing is the inevitable direction of ecological development, and adapting 64-bit means that applications can gain greater advantages in terms of security and performance. In the long run, the ecological upgrade with 64-bit as the core is really in the best interest of developers and users.

Latest

Corsair launches mechanical keyboards with exclusive OPX optical axis

The United States Corsair today announced the launch of...

Apple iPhone 14/14 Plus is the same generation as the iPhone 13 series?

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max...

Wuling Hongguang MINI EV convertible version launch on September 25

Several media reports said that GM Wuling Hongguang MINI...

India Redmi Note 10 Pro / Pro Max camera crashes after MIUI 13 update

On December 28, 2021, Xiaomi launched MIUI 13, which...

Newsletter

spot_img

Don't miss

Corsair launches mechanical keyboards with exclusive OPX optical axis

The United States Corsair today announced the launch of...

Apple iPhone 14/14 Plus is the same generation as the iPhone 13 series?

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max...

Wuling Hongguang MINI EV convertible version launch on September 25

Several media reports said that GM Wuling Hongguang MINI...

India Redmi Note 10 Pro / Pro Max camera crashes after MIUI 13 update

On December 28, 2021, Xiaomi launched MIUI 13, which...

Realme C30s entry-level phone launched in India: starting at about RMB 656

In June this year, Realme launched the Realme C30...
Threza Gabriel
Threza Gabrielhttps://www.techgoing.com
TechGoing is a global tech media to brings you the latest technology stories, including smartphones, electric vehicles, smart home devices, gaming, wearable gadgets, and all tech trending.
spot_imgspot_img

iQOO Z6 Lite 5G confirmed to offer 5000mAh battery and 50MP primary camera

iQOO is all set to launch the iQOO Z6 Lite 5G smartphone in India on September 14th, 2022. The microsite of the upcoming product...

Google is considering Pixel smartphone production in India

Google is considering moving some production of its Pixel smartphone line to India, according to a report, the latest in a series of ambitious...

GM’s Cruise to develop self-driving chip due to high chip prices

According to reports, General Motors' self-driving division Cruise has begun independent development of chips for self-driving cars, the chip is expected to begin deployment...