Every OS version change comes with its own set of problems; developers use the new deployment target when releasing a new version of their application and then when it reaches their users, it crashes, freezes or just looks bad. When we all upgraded our apps to iOS 7 we were dealing with UI changes that were terrible to handle but were expected. iOS 8 brought to us the problem of permissions, especially background permissions. I’ve heard endless stories about expediting the review process after the developer found that background permissions are needed.
Curiously enough, a blog post from an anonymous iOS developer had the good fortune to fall through a time warp, and landed on our laps. Yes!!! we have obtained a blog post from the future.
In this blog post the anonymous developer describes his crashy transition to iOS 9. This blog will be written in December 2015. This is what he had to (or will) say:
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Finally after 3 upgrades and one expedite I was able to successfully migrate my app a-Towel in the App Store to work on iOS 9. For those who haven’t finished yet, here are the major issues you can expect to face: