Apple now requires all apps submitted after March 27 should assist iPhone Xs Max and iPad Professional
Again in December, Apple knowledgeable these registered within the Developer Program that future iPhone apps constructed with the iOS 12 SDK should assist the iPhone Xs Max and for iPad apps, should assist the 12.9-inch iPad Professional. Yesterday, Apple notified builders that beginning March 27, 2019, all iPhone or iPad apps should assist these fashions.
“Beginning March 27, 2019, all iOS apps submitted to the App Retailer will should be constructed with the iOS 12.1 SDK or later, and assist the all-screen design of iPhone XS Max or the 12.9-inch iPad Professional (third era),” says the Apple Developer web site.
Apple said that apps constructed or up to date with the iOS 12.1 SDK, and submitted after March 27, 2019, should take full benefit of the decision of those units.
These apps should reap the benefits of the all-screen design of the iPad Professional and iPhone Xs, Xr, and particularly the bigger Xs Max. Builders should take “benefit of the edge-to-edge shows by respecting secure areas, supporting adaptive layouts, and extra.”
Previously, apps that weren’t designed for these bigger shows appeared blown up with fuzzy textual content/pictures and black borders. With this new rule, Apple plans to eradicate fuzzy textual content/pictures and have all apps use the complete show.
Builders will even be required to add new screenshots for these units. “Beginning March 2019, all app submissions for iPhone or iPad, together with common apps, would require screenshots for iPhone XS Max or the 12.9-inch iPad Professional (third era),” says Apple.
Moreover, Apple will even be requiring builders to make use of watchOS 5.1 SDK and assist the Collection four Apple Watch show after that date.