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Does anybody know when Appcelerator is going to support iOS 4.2 GM seed? Right now it just simply crashes after any app launches. This is CRITICAL, since Apple would not accept any app that does not work with iOS 4.2, so in fact nobody would be able to post an app to the AppStore for now.

— asked November 8th 2010 by Aquila HgS
  • ios4.2
  • issues
1 Comment
  • I am seeing a similar problem with 1.4.2 and the 4.2 GM of iOS

    — commented November 9th 2010 by Aaron Saunders

5 Answers

  • I haven't tried my apps under 4.2 yet but this is making me a little nervous now. Anyone have any thoughts on this?

    — answered November 8th 2010 by Dan Giulvezan
  • This post has a reference to a patched version of the 1.5 beta SDK that works against iOS4.2. Also, indicates that there are tickets already filed for this issue but I don't know the ticket number(s).

    — answered November 8th 2010 by Tim Threlkeld
  • Are you positive about this, and sure its not just your app? Also, I dont think Apple flips the switch on apps that have to be developed for 4.2 overnight, it takes a lot of work to get it rolled out, and 4.1 apps should work fine anyways. Hell, there are plenty of apps that are just now getting updates to 4.1 and worked fine.

    — answered November 9th 2010 by Josh Lewis
  • Is there any further news on this. The 1.4.2 that was posted I was getting a Splash and Crash. If I use 1.5.0 then I get errors when I create the distribution package, I appreciate this is beta, but it's the only way I can get past the Splash screen using iOS4.2 GM Seed.

    Would like to get a 4.2 compatible version submitted.

    UPDATE - I've cleared out my build folder and it's now working.

    — answered November 12th 2010 by Paul Pounder
  • They accepted two new apps from me just yesterday, and they have never just STOPPED accepting apps like this before so I think someone is having an unnecessary panic!

    — answered November 12th 2010 by Stephen Page
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