iLife ’11 codebase is still 32-bit

Sat, Oct 23, 2010


The latest iteration of iLife ’11 looks legit, but folks hoping for a 64-bit implementation of Apple’s lifestyle software are in for a disappointment.

GearLive reports:

So we figured that one unannounced “feature” would likely be that the iLife suite had been converted to 64 bit. After all, Snow Leopard has had more than enough time to mature out in the wild, and it seems that developers left and right have jumped onto the 64 bit bandwagon. That’s why we were sorely disappointed when we launched Activity Monitor and found that, unlike just about every other process and application we are running on the Mac Pro, the iLife apps are still labeled as “Intel” rather than “Intel 64 bit.”



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