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From Shazron <>
Subject Is iOS 7 required for submission of an app to the Apple App Store?
Date Fri, 27 Sep 2013 09:09:02 GMT
Currently, no.

See this page, section "Test for Compatibility":

"New apps and app updates submitted to the App Store should support iOS 7
and be optimized for iOS devices with Retina display. iPhone apps must also
support the 4-inch display on iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c."

The operative word is "should", and as Build has encountered already, they
are still accepting iOS 6 built apps. Most likely the added time is for
developer testing with the new devices. The operative word is "should", it
 used to say "must":

My guess for iOS 7 being required is when they support compiling a fat
binary of 32-bit for iOS 6 and 32 and 64-bit for iOS 7:

The ETA for that is "next month" (end of it, most like), when OS X
Mavericks is released (note that Xcode 5.0 GM does not include Mavericks
support) and the new iPads come out.
There are no plans IMO for Cordova to care about 64-bit support until this
fat binary format is supported. At this point, I'm not sure if there are
any performance gains, there is no data for this until we can run
benchmarks on 64-bit devices like the iPhone 5s and the new (future) iPads.




Microphone access requires user permission now on iOS 7. When an iOS 6
built binary runs on iOS 7, any microphone access is by default *allowed*
but the resulting audio file will be *silent*. The media and media-capture
core plugins can use the microphone - and iOS 7 support for the microphone
have just been tagged in the repos (thanks Steve Gill):;a=summary

See tag r0.2.3;a=summary

See tag r0.2.2

The same goes for the splash screen plugin, it has a change for iOS 7

See tag r0.2.2

These changes are in their master branches as well, and have been pushed to

If CLI and plugman users re-get the plugins (by id), the latest code should
be downloaded.

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