How to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 10.2.2, build Xcode 11 and get the latest software

How to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 10.2.2, build Xcode 11 and get the latest software

By AppleInsider Staff • September 12, 2018 08:25:27By AppleInsiders StaffAppleInsider is excited to announce the first installment of our “Build Xcode 10.3: Build Xcode for the Mac” series.

This article covers iOS 10 beta 9 and Xcode 8.1 beta 9.iOS 10 beta9 is available now, and iOS 10 build XCode 11 is available to download and install in beta form today.iOS beta9 builds include a number of important improvements, including:iOS 10 builds also include support for the new “Safari for Mac” and “Safer Mode” features for developers.

iOS 10 will also support the new Xcode debugger features, as well as improvements to Xcode’s code coverage, which makes it easier for developers to debug iOS applications.

The build XCODE 10.1.x beta 9 builds also provide access to the Xcode Xcode-7.5.0 Beta Preview.

This is a new XCode beta that was recently released to developers.

The latest version of Xcode, Xcode 9.0.5, is now available.

We’ve also added new features to help developers easily test iOS 9 applications, such as a new “Build Test Mode” that automatically runs a code test for iOS applications, and an improved “Run With” command.

Finally, iOS 10 builds include support and fixes for some new issues with Xcode.

For example, the XCode Simulator for Mac no longer uses a separate app bundle for the macOS version of a build, which can cause issues when building for MacOS X 10.12 El Capitan.

If you’re running macOS Sierra, you’ll also notice that Xcode now detects iOS 9 as the default macOS Simulator.

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