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      Latest reply on Mar 7, 2019 9:37 AM by bpapaattheskimm
      superandy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        I have a Sticker Pack target added to my app. The Deployment Target for the app is iOS 9.0 and for the Sticker Pack I normally just leave it at default (currently 12.1).

         

        Now, with Xcode 10 I get a warning when delivering my app via Application Loader. With Xcode 9 this would not be a problem, and no warning was given when delivering.

         

        ITMS-90747

        Architecture incompatible with MinimumOSVersion. The app bundle at XXX.appex specifies a MinimumOSVersion of 12.1 but contains a 32-bit architecture that is unsupported on iOS 12 or later.

         

        In an attempt to remove the warning I changed the Sticker Pack's Deployment Target to iOS 9.0 to match the app. But this now gives an error when delivering.

         

        ITMS-90208

        Invalid Bundle. The bundle XXX.appex does not support the minimum OS Version specified in the Info.plist.

         

        I don't know what to do to remove the warning. Is it even important?

        • Re: Sticker Pack minimum version problem
          CartoonSmart.com Level 3 Level 3 (270 points)

          Sounds like your app is going to need to go up to 12.1 as well.  I got that warning last night too. Won't be a problem until March is what I read.

          • Re: Sticker Pack minimum version problem
            bpapaattheskimm Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

            Seeing this exact issue (I have the same deployment target setup as superandy) and it's particularly annoying for me b/c it sends an email to all of our App Store Connect users, most of which aren't involved in the day-to-day of iOS development so don't know what this warning means. I went to file a bug report but from Bug Reporter I'm encouraged to file a "Contact Us" request with App Store Connect, so did that. Will update with more...

              • Re: Sticker Pack minimum version problem
                CartoonSmart.com Level 3 Level 3 (270 points)

                I don't think its a bug though. Just Apple trying to get us all on the same page.

                • Re: Sticker Pack minimum version problem
                  bpapaattheskimm Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

                  Dev Relations got back to me with this:

                   

                  You just need to remove the 32bit support for the Skimm Stickers StickerPackExtension.appex  Have you done so and still get warnings?  Please let us know whether the issue is resolved for you by updating your bug report.

                   

                  A little bit to unpack here...

                   

                  - I still think this is a bug, because I don't recall ever expliclty saying that I wanted my Sticker Pack to support 32 bit. It seems like a project setting that should have been updated automatically (or prompting after an update)

                   

                  - I actually don't even know how to remove this properly. In my build settings, valid architectures are listed as "arm64 arm64e armv7 armv7s"... which is also the iOS default. Should I just edit that?

                   

                  - My other targets have the same supported architectures, so it's not like the Sticker Pack is the only problem