4 things developers need to know about iOS 11

Apple latest mobile operating system, iOS 11, is now live. With it, Apple shares its vision of what mobile devices should do for us in the upcoming next years. Let’s make a quick review of 4 things developers need to know about Apple’s software update:


Core ML_iOS 11

Machine learning has been one of the greatest advances in the last years, and the main tool used for object recognition, speech to text, and many other tools that help us in our lives on a daily basis.

Although CoreML is not a Machine Learning framework, it allows to easily import existing models into your application. According to Apple “Core ML delivers blazingly fast performance with easy integration of machine learning models enabling you to build apps with intelligent new features using just a few lines of code.”

MOCA iOS SDK 1.2 Released

MOCA iOS SDK v.1.2

We are pleased to announce that we have just published the latest version of the MOCA iOS SDK.

Here is the Change-log:


  • SDK now supports iOS 6 (Analytics only) and iOS 7+ (Analytics and Proximity)
  • Weak binding for iOS 6 is now supported
  • You may know determine if proximity service is available by calling [MOCAProximityService isProximitySupported]
  • Proximity actions are now delivered in foreground mode and converted to local push notifications in background mode.

Bug fixes and improvements:

  • Various proximity engine fixes.
  • Zone/Place enter range bug fix.
  • Re-execute open url action bug fix.
  • Number of performance optimizations
  • CLBeacon CLProximity state change bug fix
  • AFNetworking symbol conflicts removed. You may now use AFNetworking module in your app.

SDK is available on GitHub.