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 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 […]
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.