It's fairly easy to argue that the mobile world moves at a much faster
pace to the enterprise world. Apple and Google are constantly releasing updates, sometimes several a year for their respective mobile platforms. This certainly creates pain for
enterprises trying to build mobile apps, how do you keep up, or more importantly how do you make sure your mobile apps keep up with the latest mobile platform requirements?
Of note late last year Apple announced that all new apps
released to the Apple App Store must include 64-bit support and be built
with iOS 8+ SDK by February 1st 2015 - today! And any existing apps must meet the
same requirements if updated after June 1st 2015.
Luckily if you're using Oracle's Mobile Application Framework v2.1 it is
designed to specifically to meet Apple's latest requirements. Rest assured Oracle has you covered.
To take advantage of these updates, ensure to download the latest MAF extension from inside JDeveloper 12.1.3, or alternatively you can download the extension from the JDeveloper extension page. Instructions for how to install and configure JDeveloper + MAF 2.1 can be found here.