Apple iOS Developers can now utilize Xcode 14.3 on MacinCloud Managed Servers with macOS Ventura. The release of Xcode 14 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 includes Swift 5.8 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 is supported for iOS 11 and later, tvOS 11 and later, watchOS 4 and later.
- Xcode 14.3 includes a new module verifier that generates diagnostics for issues in a framework’s modules.
- Fixed: App Extension crash logs and Watch apps using extensions weren't getting supplied to the Xcode Organizer. iOS 16.4, macOS 13.3, watchOS 9.4, and tvOS 16.4 all fix this problem.
- Fixed: You can now use Xcode’s documentation viewer to view Xcode documentation or view it on the web
- New features and added support for Apple Clang Compiler, Build System, C++ Standard Library, Debugging, Documentation, DriverKit, Instruments, Interface Builder, Localization, Playgrounds, Signing and Distribution, Simulator, Source Control, Source Editor, StoreKit, Swift, Swift Packages, SwiftUI Previews, Testing, UI Testing, Xcode Cloud, and Xcode Previews.
- Requires macOS Ventura 13.0 or later.
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