Apple iOS Developers can now utilize Xcode 15.2 on MacinCloud Managed Servers with macOS M2 Ventura and Sonoma. The release of Xcode 15.2 is here to amplify your developer environment. Try a Mac Server with Xcode 15 pre-installed by obtaining a Managed Server Plan to quickly get started!

Xcode 15.2 includes SDKs for iOS 17.2 iPadOS 17.2, tvOS 17.2, watchOS 10.2, and macOS Sonoma 14.2. On-device debugging with Xcode 15.1 is supported for iOS 12 and later, tvOS 12 and later, watchOS 4 and later. Note: 

What's New?

  • Resolved issue: Creating a new visionOS App target now correctly sets the Application Scene Manifest (Generation) target build setting to Yes by default. 
  • Resolved: When building with the visionOS SDK, TargetConditionals.h now correctly sets TARGET_OS_IOS to 0 instead of 1, addressing the previous incorrect assignment.
  • Addressed issue: The "Get" button, previously not appearing for the visionOS simulator in the Settings > Platforms panel, has been fixed 
  • To develop for visionOS, a Mac with Apple silicon is required.
  • Other fixes and changes.


  • Requires macOS Ventura 13.5 or later. 

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Xcode Support

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