Did you also manually update the Xcode version in your build configuration in Appcenter?
Hey Andrew, the fix is to update your native template and if you use appcenter for your builds to manually select Xcode version 12.5.1
After that create and release a new build
Thanks Lennart – I had the assumption that Mendix apps can work across iOS versions – is it normal to have to rebuild the app each time a new iOS version comes out?
Lennart, I’m a bit of a newb – can you also tell me where I can find the native template version I’m using, and how do I upgrade that?
I think just today the Native App builder was just updated and changed the app center configuration to use xcode 13 – going to try this.
FYI – I’ve rebuilt using the latest native builder that is supposed to work on ios 15 – it does not – I’ll need to open a ticket with mdx support.
Thanks Lennart! – this fixed my issue
Regarding the issue at hand, it seems like the problem lies with the native template of the app not being compatible with iOS 15. So, Andrew, if you're reading this, the fix is to update your native template pronto! That should do the trick.
Also, for those who use AppCenter for builds, remember to manually select Xcode version 12.5.1. That might be the key to resolving this compatibility hiccup.
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So, Andy, once you get the update sorted out, make sure to create and release a new build with a friendly message urging users to update their app to work seamlessly with iOS 15.