The developers have now been informed the all the new applications caved in the App Store from April 2018 must support the iPhone X’s Super Retina display. So, the developers of new iPhone app must make sure that they adhere to the snick and appear perfect on the 5.8-inch OLED screen. Though no deadline has been set by Apple yet, still from next April, every iOS application development has to be built on the iOS 11 SDK. Along with this, the updates to the existing applications should also support iPhone X natively.
When it comes to supporting latest devices, Apple has happened to impose rules more rigorously in the last few years. Apple has interacted with the media via an email and has encouraged adoption of the latest iOS 11 features like Sirikit, ARKit, and Core ML.
Requiring miscellany with the iOS 11 SDK does not really mean the apps have to prop up new traits and attributes. At the same time, it ascertains the fact that the new app developers are utilizing the recent Apple dcontinue reading