Apple iOS Developers can now utilize Xcode 14.3.1 on MacinCloud Managed Servers with macOS Ventura. The release of Xcode 14.3.1 is here to amplify your developer environment. Try a Mac Server with Xcode 14 pre-installed by obtaining a Managed Server Plan to quickly get started!

Xcode 14.3.1 includes Swift 5.8.1 and SDKs for iOS 16.4, iPadOS 16.4, tvOS 16.4, watchOS 9.4, and macOS Ventura 13.3. On-device debugging with Xcode 14.3.1 is supported for iOS 11 and later, tvOS 11 and later, watchOS 4 and later.

What's New?

  • Fixed: Apps created with Xcode 14.3 and utilizing Objective-C protocols from Swift occasionally crash at launch when aimed at iOS 13-compatible devices.
  • Fixed: iPad Info.plist entries weren't correctly populating with iOS app icons, including alternate app icons. This resulted in runtime iPad incompatibility with alternative app icons defined using Single Size.
  • After modifying the Playground code, it was fixed that the live views on the Playground weren't updating properly. 
  • Fixed: Xcode could crash on macOS 13.3 when adding a new page to a playground. 
  • Fixed: Applications using Swift Concurrency could crash when run on a specific OS version
  • Fixed: Xcode projects' context menus don't display custom commands created by package plugins.


  • Requires macOS Ventura 13.0 or later. 

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