Submit with iOS 4.1 or upgrade to 4.2
I'm getting ready to submit my App and I've been developing/testing on iOS 4.1.
I have a few more tests to run but I'm debating on updating my device to 4.2 (and also updating Xcode) and then submitting with 4.2.
One rule that I've lived by is that you don't change dev environments mid-stream or in my case at the very end of the dev cycle. Anyone have any thoughts on this? I know the update is minor but still...it's kind of scary to update when I'm days away at submitting.
- 01-28-2011, 04:20 PM #2
I'm with you on this, not updating libraries, sdks, etc mid development cycle unless it's to address a bug you cannot otherwise workaround. I say finish it off, submit it, then branch off your source and see if you need to make any changes for 4.2.1
- 02-02-2011, 07:26 AM #4
Just FYI, I submitted my App with 4.1...it got approved. So I then went through the process of upgrading everything (iOS, Xcode, etc). Other than having to reset the Base SDK, the App compiled and ran fine in 4.2 (yay).
Still glad I went with 4.1 for submission...just never know what changing dev environments will do.
Oh and I hear 4.3 is coming (well the Beta is already here but I pass on Beta unless there is a must-use feature I need to implement). So I'll do this song and dance all over again soon...but at least my app is approved!