On September 19, 2019, Apple released the latest major update to its iPhone and iPad operating systems: iOS 13. This iOS version introduces several significant changes that developers will need to be prepared to handle going forward. In this post, I’ll give a quick overview of the most impactful new features, and then dive into two especially important updates: dark mode and scene sessions.
In this post, I propose a pattern for allowing apps to transmit data through unstable network connections. I’ll be taking advantage of the modern architecture present on the iOS Platform, as well as the popular AFNetworking (or AlamoFire). To follow along, you’ll need some knowledge of iOS Native Development, NSOperation API, CoreData, and Networking.