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Old 18th November 2018
Lives for gear

Originally Posted by Moonwhistle View Post
It's an Apple problem. They don't even give a heads up to developers for this kind of stuff. They're the roadblock in the way of iOS becoming a professional platform and there is no regard for users and developers at all.
Tell me about it.

The app I'm developing at the moment ran perfectly on iOS 11 but started causing bizarre errors in the audio framework as soon as I tried running it on iOS 12. There are quite a few people reporting the same thing on Apple's developer forums, but there's been complete silence from Apple themselves. And it's a problem because they're quite likely to reject your app if it does something of that kind.