Future iOS compstibility

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n0vtn posted this 22 May 2017

I am getting frequent messages from my iPhone (10.3.2) that the InControl app will not be compatible with future versions of iOS. Are there plans to update the app so it won't stop working after one of the many iOS upgrades?

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arichter5 posted this 23 May 2017

Same message and same question.

joey10e posted this 30 May 2017

I have seen this message as well when I had to re-install the app.

jigzat posted this 30 May 2017

I have the same question I'm considering buying the license but two things are holding me up. 1. iPhone app hasn't been updated since 2014. 2. it doesn't seem to work outside my network.

 

rscott posted this 31 May 2017

I'll fire up my iPhone and see what I can do to reproduce the message and get a fix out (assuming Apple will provide the details of what they are worried about).

joey10e posted this 31 May 2017

jigzat,

I have been using the Iphone app for 5 years and it works great, in and out of my home network.

rscott posted this 31 May 2017

Hey Joey, which version (paid/free) are you using? 

 

joey10e posted this 31 May 2017

I am using the paid version, but I just read the other thread about this topic and noticed jigzat is talking about the direct connection. I am using the cloud connection.

rscott posted this 12 June 2017

I am getting frequent messages from my iPhone (10.3.2) that the InControl app will not be compatible with future versions of iOS. Are there plans to update the app so it won't stop working after one of the many iOS upgrades?

Go grab the "paid" version of the app from iTunes. It's on sale (free) for another few days. Let me know if that helps with the messages you have been seeing.

n0vtn posted this 13 June 2017

I removed the existing version and installed the "paid" version of the app. My phone did not complain.

I looks like this solved the problem. I will know for sure the next time Apple releases an iOS update.

Thanks!

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