iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 SDK for Xcode 14.3 Now Available to Developers

This week, Apple added several new capabilities to its operating systems with the introduction of iOS 16.4 and other updates to its software. Currently, Apple iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 SDK for Xcode 14.3 now available to developers, enabling them to use the most recent SDKs from the business.

iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 SDK for Xcode 14.3 Now Available to Developers

For those who aren’t familiar, the programme used by developers to create apps for Apple platforms including iOS, macOS, and watchOS is called Xcode. The SDKs for iOS 16.4, iPad OS 16.4, tvOS 16.4, watchOS 9.4, and macOS Sierra 13.3 are all included in Xcode 14.3. Certain versions of the operating systems can be completely supported by developers’ apps thanks to this SDK.

Several new features have been added to iOS 16.4, including a large number of new emoji, notifications for online apps, Voice Isolation for cellular calls, better VoiceOver support, improvements to the Crash Detection tool, and support for 5G Standalone.

It’s important to note that Apple just announced that beginning April 25, developers will need to utilise Xcode 14.1 or later to create and publish their apps to the App Store. Both newly released apps and upgrades for apps that are currently on the store are subject to the new regulation.

Developers are urged to download today’s official release if they still have the Xcode 14.3 beta installed. Also, Apple strongly advises developers to upgrade their software so that users can benefit from iOS 16 and iPadOS 16’s newest capabilities.

The Mac App Store has Xcode 14 available for no cost. It needs a Mac with macOS Monterey 12.5 or later installed. Visit the Apple Developer website to obtain the most recent version of Xcode.

Source: Apple Developer

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