Why I have only been coding on iPhone

zachyswag
codingoniphone

#1

So if you've been wondering why I've only been making projects on iPhone lately. I can't find my charger to my iPad, and since my iPad is an iPad 2, it is VERYYYYYY slow, and it almost seems like all apps are really slow, and I can't even use hopscotch since one block of code lags! I'm getting a new one on my birthday though! It's this month, so be ready for some nice quality iPad coding!


#2

Does your iPad 2 use iOS 9? I don't think they support it, but tell me if they do.


#3

Yes it does use iOS 9. Also iOS 9 is supported.


#4

Ok! I was actually wondering about that.


#5

See here:


#6

I wish I could downgrade it, because older versions are faster, BUT WHY DOES APPLE HAVE TO STOP SIGNING VERSION!!! I JUST WANNA DOWNGRADE!!


#7

iPad 2 will sadly not be able to update to iOS 10 when its released... That also mean I will not be able to get swift playgrounds when it's released to the App Store. :frowning:


#8

That's too bad. I can't wait to try Swift Playgrounds! Maybe it'll be available for iPhones and you will be able to try it!


#9

No. I watch WWDC live and they said it will be exclusively for iPad


#10

What's WWDC? Too bad it will only be for iPads. :rage::rage:


#11

It's like e3, but instead of a cool event, it's a 2 hour long PowerPoint presentation by Tim Cook! They announce new iOS version, and Mac OS versions too!


#12

They also announced... You guessed it! Swift playgrounds!


#13

I don't know what e3 is. It's interesting that OS X will be renamed macOS, and it will have:
Siri!
It's also interesting that iOS 10 will remove Slide To Unlock and replace it with Press Home To Unlock.


#14

Yeah!! I'm running the Macos Sierra on my Mac. Well, was, until my Mac was SO LAGGY!!! Then I downgraded!


#15

I'm back on El Capitan!


#16

How did Siri work on macOS Sierra?


#17

Ok, but did you try Siri?


#18

Happy almost birthday! Soon I will start coding on a phone. (Same account) (somewhere to the first month of school)


#19

Woah iPad 2 can support iOS 9 even though it's pretty old
Yeah...the iPad 2 is from a year or two ago so it would have stability issues, which include iOS 9-related ones.


#20

I'm very surprised that the iPad 2 can run iOS 9.