A customer sent me a screenshot of a message that showed up on his iPad that stated:
Slow Down Your iPad
The developer of this app
needs to update it to
improve its compatibility
My take on this vague message is that it is in respect to MidiBridge being a 32 bit only application. In MidiBridge's case being 32 bit only will not affect performance and is nothing to worry about.
The reason it is only 32 bit is due to the support for the Line6 MIDI Mobilizer I and Akai SynthStation 25 legacy hardware. MidiBridge is now (I think) the only app that supports these devices.
Apple require new app updates to include 64 bit support, but if I do this then users of the above hardware will no longer be able to use them with their devices.
rumours say that IOS 11 will not support anymore any 32 bits app. I am an extremely happy user of Midibridge and is an essential part of my midi routing but if this IOS update happens this means I won't be able to update my ipad to any newcoming OS. Have you thought in any alternatives (eg releasing MidiBridge 2 with 64 bits support)?
Whoops, I read these replies after I had posted my question regarding iOS11, so you can disregard my post, since I see you will be creating a new app to replace MidiBridge, and that is great news! If you would like any extra beta testers, I'll send my email via a PM.
They should deduct whatever you paid for MidiBridge from the bundle price. As MidiBridge's price has never, ever changed this will be your local equivalent of $USD8.99, unless you got MidiBridge via promo, in which case, yes the bundle will be more expensive than just buying the app on its own
I've found you don't see the 'complete my bundle' option/discount price unless you have logged in recently.
Once you try to buy (and thus login) Apple figures out the correct amount to pay at that stage. It should be around $USD5
Apologies for the USD leaning (I would do Euro myself) but it seems this is the base that Apple uses.