Apple developers can now submit their apps to the Apple App Store that supports 64-bit apps which were built with the iOS 8 SDK. Apple made a warning expressing, starting on February 1st which was few days ago, app developers should obey the requirement which was stated on the Developers page or else if not complied, the app developers app will get rejected from the Apple App Store.
Users who experienced the 64-bit iPhone apps, especially iPad app, should bring an improved experience while using titles built that supports 64-bit. This means battery improvement, improved performance and power saving. Apple introduced the 64-bit support with the iPhone 5s powered by the Apple A7 chipset.
Let us know what do you think about the new 64-bit apps for iOS.
Source: Pocket Now