There weren’t too many surprises at yesterday’s event, but there was one big one – and it left the developers disappointed. Apple gave only a day’s notice of the official release of iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7. This contrasts with the usual week or at least the developers are preparing.
This not only left them looking to complete updated versions of their apps, but some said that Apple’s developer tools are also not ready to launch …
Many developers like to take advantage of new features as soon as they are available, as this can significantly increase interest in their applications. Others may be forced to update, as new versions of the operating system can sometimes cause things to break.
Mashable and TNW each collected several tweets from developers, disappointed by both the brief notice and Apple̵
A big WTF at Apple that launches iOS 14 tomorrow without giving developers any notice or the latest tools to submit their apps.
Which caused a lot of agreement in the answers.
“I do not understand? They usually give us a week? What they do?!”
“It simply came to my notice then. The user experience will not be great for applications that / require / update. “
“Apple really hates developers this year.”
“Now we all know how the FaceTime team felt when Steve said it would be an open standard.”
Choose from other …
See more at Mashable and TNW.
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