Apple recently released iOS 16.4 and other software updates to the public, and now Xcode 14.3 is rolling out to developers. Xcode is the tool that developers use to create apps for Apple platforms such as iOS, macOS, and watchOS, and the latest version. These versions of the operating systems can be completely supported by developers’ apps thanks to this SDK.
The iOS 16.4 update adds many new features, such as dozens of new emoji, notifications for web apps, Voice Isolation for cellular calls, improved VoiceOver support, optimizations in the Crash Detection feature, and support for 5G Standalone.
Starting April 25, developers will be required to use Xcode 14.1 or later to build and submit their apps to the App Store, both for new apps and updates to existing ones.
Xcode 14 is available for free on the Mac App Store, but it requires a Mac running macOS Monterey 12.5 or later. Developers can also download the latest version of Xcode from the Apple Developer website. With Xcode 14.3 and the iOS 16.4 SDK, developers can continue to create and update apps that are fully compatible with the latest Apple operating systems.