Following the release of iOS 15.1 RC, macOS Monterey RC, and other updates, Apple has actually likewise made Xcode 13.1 RC (Release Candidate) offered to designers. The current variation of Xcode can now be downloaded on the Apple Developer site.
Xcode is the platform utilized for establishing apps for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. With Xcode 13.1, designers can upgrade their apps with complete assistance for iOS 15.1, macOS Monterey, and more.
iOS 15.1 and tvOS 15.1 lastly allow SharePlay, a brand-new function revealed at WWDC 2021 for sharing tunes and videos throughout a FaceTime call. Designers who wish to include SharePlay assistance to their apps will need to utilize Xcode 13.1 to send their apps to the App Store.
The exact same looks for any Mac apps prepared for macOS Monterey, which will be formally launched to the general public next week. macOS Monterey includes functions like Shortcuts app, AirPlay to Mac, SharePlay, and more. Apple has actually likewise validated that Xcode 13.1 is needed to upgrade apps for the brand-new 2021 MacBook Pro screen.
The brand-new MacBook Pro presents a Liquid Retina XDR show that broadens the active location of the screen up around the brand-new 1080 p FaceTime HD video camera. If your app provides a full-screen experience and utilizes the default system menus, macOS Monterey instantly represents the location around the cam. If your app supplies a customized full-screen experience or draws material over the menu bar, you might require to make a couple of modifications to offer the very best experience on this amazing brand-new display screen.
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- Apple releases iOS 15.1 RC to designers and public beta users
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