We already fixed those issues for our next maintenance release (7.1). This version will be released as soon as there is a Xcode 9 GM build available/Xcode 9 is officially released. In the meantime you can try out this build which is compatible with iOS 11 and includes the fixes for runtime camera controls.
Please let me know if that build resolves your problems.
Thanks a lot for this quick answer !
I did a quick test with the beta of SDK 7.1 you posted, and the bugs I mentionned were not present anymore on iOS :-)
Have a nice day,
Thx for the feedback! I'm glad that our next update will solve the problem.
It seems that the version of the SDK you provided in this thread, as a fix, is not ready for production. I tried to release a version of my app on the app store with it and it is apparently packaged for iOS 11, and Apple does not accept it.
Could you release a version of the plugin which fix this bug and which could be used in production ?
Can you describe the problem in more detail? What was the error message from your iTunes Connect upload?
The error message appeared at the last moment when I tried to submit the new version of my app for verification on iTunes Connect (so not in XCode). I did not save the error, but It said something about Wikitude SDK being set up to work with iOS 11 at the minium, which is not allowed by Apple. The message contained the keyword LC_VERSION_MIN_IPHONEOS.
I downgraded to SDK 7.0.0 - 3.5.2 and the problem disappeared. I also rebuild completely my project in the downgrade process (so maybe it has also something to do with the cleaning of my project).
Hope that could help.
With SDK 7, I encounter two new bugs related to the AR.hardware.camera.enabled property.
The first one appears both on android and iOS :
The second one happen on 2 devices with iOS 11 (beta 6 & 7).
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