There’s an article in TidBITS I really enjoyed: Six Reasons Why iOS 13 and Catalina Are So Buggy. Unfortunately, while the actual points in the article are great, both the headline and introduction are… sensationalist. It’s a list with a headline designed to grab your intention.
You don’t have to have 16:9 on day 1
You don’t have to build with armv7s right away. And despite user demands, you also don’t have to support 16:9 right away either. It’s fine to get real hardware into your hands. More than fine; it’s being responsible. Apple has you covered with letter boxing; let the 16:9 screen be their problem until you’re really… Continue reading You don’t have to have 16:9 on day 1
Do not release ARMv7s code until you have tested it
Apple defaults your projects to including ARMv7s code. But unless you can test it, turn it off. There’s nothing wrong with shipping ARMv7 code for a little while longer.