FIO. Here's a brief introduction about "App Thinning" in iOS 9.
Dated October 2015, but still conveys the basic concepts, and should be just as
relevant for iOS 10 and 11.
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On 12 March 2018 4:10 PM, Manfred Bergmann <manfred.bergm...@me.com> wrote:
> Just as additional information:
> Deployments via TestFlight are equal to deployments via the Apple App Store.
> Whereas AdHoc builds are not.
> I had several cases where AdHoc builds worked but when downloaded from the
> Store the app would crash.
> When apps are downloaded via the App store Apple actually pushes optimized
> binaries to your device.
> This technique is called „App Thinning“.
> Sometimes it can happen that this process strips something away which is
> required and makes the app crash.
> To avoid that iOS apps should be tested using TestFlight.
> > I believe I've added the Apple UDIDs for everyone who sent them. I
> > haven't looked into TestFlight yet, but thank you for the suggestion.
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