So Apple is making the gutsy move of completely transitioning over to only 64-bit applications with next release of macOS. This reminds me of the movie The Good, the Bad and Maybe not so Ugly.
As not to get too technical, let’s keep this simple.
The NOT so ugly:
In short, you are looking at better performance and compatibility with newer applications.
>>> 'In-Cider' Info: CodeWeavers Working on 64-bit Support for macOS
This affects users and developers alike, and is not limited to Crossover alone. This is a big transition, and most of us are not comfortable with change. Change can break things, and also make things much better in the process. Talk about panic at the disco!
We got this! As not to give you the passive tech support lingo “we are aware of the problem and are working on a solution.” To be honest “WE ARE WORKING ON IT RIGHT NOW!!” Sorry I didn’t mean to shout in caps. This is a big deal for us, and also a much needed challenge. How so, you may ask? Well try fitting a square peg through a round hole! That’s what we do and we do it well! As if running windows applications on Mac wasn’t a challenge enough. We are developing technology to allow legacy 32-bit applications to run inside a 64-bit process, so that your existing Wine apps will continue working even after Apple finalizes its transition.
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