Running iOS application on multiple simulators

MarkWardellMarkWardell USUniversity ✭✭

I have a bug that indicates those users on earlier versions of iOS, especially 10.x, are having trouble using my app.
I was not intending to compile with different SDK/XCODE versions unless I had to.
Do I need to?
I have downloaded 3 legacy simulators using XCODE->Preferences->Components.
Now how do I set up Xamarin / VS4Mac to use the different simulators?

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  • MarkWardellMarkWardell US ✭✭
    Accepted Answer

    Thanks Lucas!

    So I have already downloaded multiple iOS simulators using Xcode. Do I need to also download multiple sdks?

    Mark

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  • MarkWardellMarkWardell USUniversity ✭✭
    Accepted Answer

    Thanks Lucas!

    So I have already downloaded multiple iOS simulators using Xcode. Do I need to also download multiple sdks?

    Mark

  • MarkWardellMarkWardell USUniversity ✭✭

    oops I answered my own question - Closed and Thanks!

  • LucasZhangLucasZhang Member, Xamarin Team Xamurai

    @MarkWardell Grad my answer is helpful :) It seems that you create a same thread https://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/156540/multiple-simulator-versions-xamarin-ios . You can accept my answer there so that more people will see it.

  • melihemelihe USMember ✭✭

    Hi I wonder that how to compile with a legacy sdk ?
    I mean I just want to deploy my application and run 11.3+ versions.
    But if I use 12.4 latest SDK and compile with that than I target 11.3 in info.plist is it same thing?

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