iPhone X has been around for a while, but not all mobile apps that fit the iPhone X are required. Therefore, Apple requires that all iOS apps be adapted to iPhone X from April, after all Apple requires that all iOS apps be compatible with iPhone since April X is how is it? Let’s take a look at it
Notify developers today that beginning April 2018, all apps submitted to the AppStore Store must support iPhoneX’s SuperRetina display. This means that developers of new applications must ensure that their applications perfectly support the 5.8-inch edge-to-edge OLED screen.
In recent years, Apple has been asking developers must adapt the application to Apple’s latest equipment. In an email today, Apple said it encourages developers to have applications support new features in iOS 11, such as CoreML, SiriKit and ARKit. However, it should be noted that this does not mean that all applications must support these new features.
In fact, even if Apple does not require developers to fit iPhoneX, many developers will do it themselves. Currently most applications developers will be adapted to iPhoneX as the most important task at the moment.