Less than a month ago, I said that next major update of my running apps will support iOS 6 and up. Well, scratch that - it will be iOS 7 only, for few reasons:
- I got inspired and did a much, much larger work than originally intended, which added a full month of work to original timeline.
- iOS 7 is just around the corner. By the time I get this tested, packaged and ready, iOS 7 GM build will be available for dev and Apple will call for app submissions.
My original idea was to submit an iOS 6 version, work out eventual kinks and bugs and then submit iOS7 only update. As it is, it will be trial by fire with new features, new UI and all on the brand new iOS, but I think it’s worth it - this 3.0 update will be a killer one.
With that said, I needed to do some more preparation. I looked at the charts and stats provided to me by FlightPath - a TestFlight live app usage service (I recently got into the private beta - this is an awesome thing they are building there).
Here are some very interesting things, from the last month of usage (Jul 19 to Aug 19, 2013).