How iPad Apps Adapt to the New 10.2" iPad

Xcode 10.3 / iOS 12.4 Builds

Full-Screen Xcode 10.3 / iOS 12.4 build of Adaptivity running on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1
Xcode 10.3 / iOS 12.4 build of Adaptivity running on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1

Xcode 11.0 / iOS 13.0 Builds

Xcode 11.1 / iOS 13.1 build of Adaptivity running on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1
Xcode 11.1 / iOS 13.1 build of Adaptivity running side-by-side on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1
Xcode 11.1 / iOS 13.1 build of Adaptivity running side-by-side on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1
Xcode 11.1 / iOS 13.1 build of Adaptivity running in Slide Over on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1
iPhone-only build of Adaptivity running on 10.2" iPad simulator running iOS 13.1

Conclusion

The Future

In the past if we introduced new hardware with a new screen size, your apps were letterboxed. Well, we’re not going to be doing that anymore either. So, if you application is built against the iOS 13 SDK, then it will always be displayed at the native full-screen resolution of the screen.

Where Did I Find a 10.2" iPad Simulator?

How Did I Run Xcode 10.3 / iOS 12.4 Apps on iOS 13.1 Simulators?

Adaptivity iOS App

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