Leaker claims mobile version of Xcode on iPad


Apple could develop a version of Xcode that runs on iPad, according to a new rumor circulating this week. The capacity has been linked to the release of iOS 14 by the growing leakage from Apple Jon prosser, and if true, it would enable large-scale application development on Apple’s mobile devices for the first time.

Developers use Xcode to build apps for iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS. However, Xcode is a complex application and has only ever been available on Mac. While Apple offers the Swift Playgrounds app to learn more about coding on mobile, it has never indicated that it plans to bring Xcode to iPad.

But according to a tweet published Monday by Prosser, Xcode “is present on iOS / iPadOS 14”, the implications of which are “huge” because it “opens the door to” Pro “applications to come on ‌iPad‌”.

In response to Prosser’s tweet, iOS developer and MacRumors writer Steve Moser Noted A hidden Xcode preview app is present in iOS 13 and serves as a companion app to display layout previews on the device from the main Xcode Mac app. However, Prosser appears to be referring to the existence of a full native version of Xcode for ‌iPad‌.

Such a step would be a big undertaking for Apple, requiring an overhaul of Xcode’s interface to take advantage of the ‌iPad‌’s mostly touch-sensitive operating system. If successful, this could make large-scale app development a possibility for mobile users who don’t have Macs.

Hopefully, we’ll find out more at this year’s Global Virtual Developer Conference, where Apple unveils annual updates to all of its operating systems, including plans for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.

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