Submitting Apps compiled in 9.2 SDK

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  1. Mascots, Dec 9, 2015
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2015

    Mascots macrumors 65816

    Mascots

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    Anyone having luck?

    I have to push out an update ASAP to fix a bug with potential to cause a lot of headaches, but of course updated Xcode yesterday and there's a conflict in the App Store's version checking (only accepting builds <9.1).

    Not beta, produced in 7.1 and submitted an app compiled in the 9.1 SDK yesterday :| Other people seem to be experiencing it, but just reaching out here to see.

    Edit: Lovely, external testing is a no-go. Best thing I found was "wait 24 hours from SDK launch" from the developer forums. Come on, Apple.
     
  2. xStep macrumors 68000

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    There are tricks to use an older SDK. Search online. Perhaps that will help. You'd could always try removing Xcode 7.2 and download & install 7.1.

    In a production environment, and often personally, I take my time upgrading to the latest version of Xcode. Weird things like this can happen that I just don't want to have to waste my time with. I saw several tweets yesterday that showed Xcode 7.2 didn't know how to install the latest documentation. Bad Xcode updates suck!
     
  3. Mascots, Dec 10, 2015
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2015

    Mascots thread starter macrumors 65816

    Mascots

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    Ended up downloading 7.1, recompiling, and submitting that version of the app.

    The store is now accepting 7.2 compiled versions of apps, though. There's always a period like this, but not 30+ hours :/
     

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