[NTLK] Einstein on iOS after WWDC2015

Steven Frank stevenf at panic.com
Fri Jun 12 13:21:34 EDT 2015


Xcode should be able to target any OS & version combination you have an SDK for. However the iOS 6 SDK no longer ships with Xcode, so it would have to be extracted from an earlier release of Xcode and installed in the correct place. 

Whether or not the newly announced sideloading capability requires a specific version of iOS on the device, I haven't heard. Possibly it might. 

Steven, via iPhone

> On Jun 12, 2015, at 8:42 AM, newton at ordersomewherechaos.com wrote:
> 
> Question for Xcode users:
> 
> It looks like Xcode 7 builds binaries for iOS 7+ - iPhone 4s and later and iPad 2 and later. It looks like iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, and original are out, as well as the original iPad, as they are stuck on iOS 6. Is that correct?
> 
> ....Ross...
> 
> 
> 
> Quoting Steven Frank <stevenf at panic.com>:
>> It looks like anyone who wants to "sideload" Einstein onto an iOS device will need:
>> 
>> - An Apple ID
>> - Xcode 7 (at the moment only available to licensed ($$$) developers, AFAIK)
>> - And of course, a ROM file extracted from your Newton
>> 
>> Steven
>> 
>> 
>>> On Jun 11, 2015, at 8:50 AM, newton at ordersomewherechaos.com wrote:
>>> 
>>> The thread that pointed this out quickly buried the lede here, people.
>>> 
>>>   A: http://bouk.co/blog/sideload-iphone/
>>>   B: https://github.com/pguyot/Einstein/wiki/Build-Instructions
>>> 
>>> ....the next step is to merge Page A with Page B to produce a good step-by-step for non-developer Newton enthusiasts. Right?
> 
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