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Why most of the people use OS X El Capitan for developing iOS apps?

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I currently running macOS Sierra as my operating system on my iMac. Also, I am using the X-code to developing iOS applications as a beginner. I have thousands of questions on developing iOS applications. The first one I need to solve is, I need to know the best Mac OS Version to run the X-Code. I heard some news about Mac OS X El Capitan as the best Mac OS Version to develop iOS applications. All I need to know is the El Capitan is the best Mac OS X  version to develop the iOS applications? 


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On the latest version would be your best bet.


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I currently running macOS Sierra as my operating system on my iMac. Also, I am using the X-code to developing iOS applications as a beginner. I have thousands of questions on developing iOS applications. The first one I need to solve is, I need to know the best Mac OS Version to run the X-Code. I heard some news about Mac OS X El Capitan as the best Mac OS Version to develop iOS applications. All I need to know is the El Capitan is the best Mac OS X  version to develop the iOS applications? 

X-Code is running all of the macOS versions, you do not need to downgrade your macOs version. Just use X-Code on current OS version and learn how to use the X-Code 


Edited by veronijohanz, 07 December 2018 - 09:00 PM.

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This is a common question I had answered before. The simple answer is El Capitan is the most flexible operating system in the Mac OS X product line. If you need more details on El Capitan OS use some external recourse. 


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Apple's official "OS X El Capitan" App Store link is: https://itunes.apple...5434?ls=1&mt=12


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