ArcGIS Apps and iOS 11

Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage on ¬†June 5th, 2017, at the Worldwide Developers Conference and introduced iOS 11. The expected release date is “Fall” of 2017 and historically these releases come near the end of September or early in October.

With any major OS update, there are concerns about compatibility. Within Esri, we are constantly testing ArcGIS Apps against previous, present and future versions of iOS. Each of our apps have a series of “sanity tests” that are exercised against each beta release.¬†

We recently tested against the beta 6 pre-release version and are happy to report that the current released versions of the following apps successfully passed sanity on both iPhone and iPad devices:

We will continue to certify additional betas as well as the golden master version (GM) and final when released. We will update this blog article as we certify each additional beta release.

Apps Team

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  1. jensk says:

    Hi All, after Windows 8..I moved over to iOS – Apple; only to discover ArcGIS won’t run on it. Is that for real? When can we expect a native version? Jens

  2. davidboo says:

    Wow its a great development by tim cook. I hope IOS 11 technology could be helpful for IOS users & app developers.