New Apple Watch has faster Xcode load/run times?

patent10021

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The only issue I have with developing for the watch is the brutal load/run times. Does the new watch improve on this since it has a faster processor? Or is this purely an Xcode issue? IT seems the watch would have something to do with it since the load times for the iPhone are fast.
 
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lilbukka

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Aug 5, 2008
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The only issue I have with developing for the watch is the brutal load/run times. Does the new watch improve on this since it has a faster processor? Or is this purely an Xcode issue? IT seems the watch would have something to do with it since the load times for the iPhone are fast.
Is airport city HD one of the games you developed? Sorry I can't help you with you query I'm just curious. I want to learn to code for iOS but I want to learn the most efficient way.
 

Kognito

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That's not a particularly good recommendation any more. They've given up doing programming courses as apparently it wasn't profitable enough. While all their content for iOS 9 is still up, there will be no iOS 10 content so might be worth looking at other options.
 

AxoNeuron

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That's not a particularly good recommendation any more. They've given up doing programming courses as apparently it wasn't profitable enough. While all their content for iOS 9 is still up, there will be no iOS 10 content so might be worth looking at other options.
Honestly, not enough has really changed in iOS 10. Bitfountain is good enough that I would still recommend it, at least for the next year.