We all know very well that the iPhone X was one of the tech giant Apple’s most daring and innovative products in recent times, especially due to its retina screen occupying the entire front face, disappearance of the Home button and its ‘Notch’. However, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Apple stated that all the new iOS apps must support the iPhone X’s super retina display.
Apple: New iOS Apps Must Support iPhone X’s Super Retina Display
The iPhone X was one of the tech giant Apple’s most daring and innovative products in recent times, especially due to its retina screen occupying the entire front face, consequent monocle and disappearance of the Home button.
All these changes and new developments have led to certain adaptations in the development of applications for iOS. So, the tech giant Apple recently announced that all the new applications submitted by the developers in the App Store, from April, natively should have to support the iPhone X and be developed with the iOS 11 SDK.
It was in a statement in which the tech giant Apple announced its intentions and requirements that, as of April, all new apps submitted in the App Store for iOS should be natively adapted to the iPhone X and should be developed with the latest iOS 11 SDK.
“Update your version of Xcode to the latest release of Xcode 9 available on the Mac App Store, which includes the iOS 11 SDK, and build your apps. Starting April 2019, all new iOS apps submitted to the App Store must be built with the iOS 11 SDK. All new apps for iPhone, including universal apps, must support the Super Retina display of iPhone X”.
This decision by the Cupertino company is not unprecedented, with the tech giant Apple being known for its concise decisions so that programmers and even users follow the philosophy of the company.
In this particular case, it is extremely useful and useful for users of the iPhone X. In this way, the new applications will take full advantage of the screen of the iPhone X, from the proportion itself, its resolution of 1125 × 2436 pixels, the monocle feature and screenshots.
In addition, the tech giant Apple has made available in its application and software development tool Xcode 9, the latest iOS 11 SDK that will allow developers to create more powerful and complete applications with Core ML (machine learning) support, ARKit’s increased reality, SiriKit and new camera APIs.
Regarding apps currently published in the App Store, the tech giant Apple has not commented on when it will require developers to update them to natively support iPhone X and are fully integrated with iOS 11 capabilities.
After all, most applications are already developed and adjusted to the top of the range of the tech giant Apple, and soon will include almost all applications in the App Store.
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