10 Dec 2012 4:24 AM #1
iOS 6 issue with Google Maps
I've got an native app that displays some markers based on what position you have.
My native app was running perfect on iOS 5 & 5.1. And it's running perfect on all Android versions.
But, when I upgraded my test-devices (iPhone 4S and iPad 3) to iOS 6, the app crashes due to "Memory warnings" when the map is shown. I have a startview, where the app does not crash. Does this sound similar to anyone?
The app is wrapped with Cordova 1.7.0 (tried with newer versions, same result)
Sencha version: 2.0.1 (tried with 2.1, same results)
There are no warnings in the iOS 6 simulator when i run it in Xcode.
Edit: To clarify, the app only crashes on the actual iOS6 device. That's what mind boggling to me.
Last edited by Grevling; 10 Dec 2012 at 5:45 AM. Reason: Clarification
12 Dec 2012 6:27 AM #2
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Sounding like an issue with iOS 6 as it's the only place it crashes.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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12 Dec 2012 11:59 PM #3
Yeah, seems like it.
I were wondering if anyone had experienced some similar issues. If so, what possible workaround is there?