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It’s been six weeks since Apple launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and over four months since WWDC when Apple revealed the changes to the AutoLayout APIs to enable apps to adapt to the larger screen sizes of the upcoming phones.
You’d think that this would be plenty of time for app developers to grab the new Xcode, test their app with the larger sizes, fix any resulting problems, and release an update.
I wonder how much of this delay is fear of the slow adoption of iOS 8, with 53% of devices running an older version as of October 5th, there could be fear from developers that supporting the newer AutoLayout APIs would put a significant portion of their userbase at risk.
Perhaps that’s why Apple are forcing all newly submitted apps to be built with the iOS 8 SDK.
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