Support plan for Apple's iOS 10 release

iOS 10 may be announced in Apple’s upcoming World Wide Developer Conference next week (June 13th - 17th).
Update: announced!

IBM plans to provide service updates to IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation to support the new iOS release based on the terms described in Note that this policy is not dictated by the Program Technical Support’s lifecycle as stated in the product’s version announce letter because a new version of a supported mobile operating system is considered a new feature. In other words, we do not plan to introduce support for iOS 10 in IBM Worklight Foundation 6.2 or earlier releases. If you are an on-premise 8.0 customer or Mobile Foundation service customer, then read further to learn about the iOS 10 support. For those customers who have iOS apps developed using IBM Worklight Foundation 6.2 or earlier releases, and intend to have their app running on iOS 10, an upgrade to a later release is required. Talk to your IBM representative about how we can help.

The recently released IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0 provides an opporunity to upgrade your applications to the next level:

For IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Support for iOS 10, read the blog post here.

For compatibility results between iOS 10 and MobileFirst Platform releases, see the blog post: Compatibility tests for iOS 10 with supported MobileFirst Platform Foundation releases.

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Last modified on May 07, 2018