There were not many surprises in yesterday’s event, but it was a big one – and it was one that left developers frustrated. Apple only gave one day’s notice of the official rollout of iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7. This is in contrast to the usual week or so developers get to prepare.
Not only did this allow them to climb to get updated versions of their apps complete, but some said that Apple’s developer tools were not ready for launch either …
Many developers like to take advantage of new features as soon as they are available, as it can significantly increase interest in their apps. Others may be forced to update as new OS versions can sometimes cause things to break.
Mashable and TNW each rounded off a few tweets from developers frustrated by both the short notice and Apple̵
A big WTF from Apple that will release iOS 14 tomorrow without notifying the developers or final tools for submitting their apps.
Which generated a lot of agreement in the answers.
“I do not understand? They normally give us a week? What did?!”
“Yes, this surprised me. User experience will not be good for apps that require / require an update. ”
“Apple really, really hates developers this year.”
“Now we all know how the FaceTime team must have felt when Steve said it should be an open standard.”
A selection of other …
Check out more at Mashable and TNW.
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