iOS 16 - first connection
Before connecting an iOS 16 device for the first time you need to Enable Developer Mode.
If the Developer Mode is missing, You need to connect the device to a mac machine and open → Xcode → Window → Devices and Simulators
Please refer to the steps mentioned here - Additional Steps For Connecting iOS 16 Device
iOS 15 and 16 with passcode
We recommend not setting authentication for unlocking iOS 15.x and 16.x.
This includes passcode, TouchID, and FaceID.
Setting an authentication will require the user to authenticate each run issued by our automation environment, and thus will need manual user approval.
iOS 15.6 beta 2 (19G5037d) on iPad Pro (1st gen) 9.7-inch
The iOS 15.6 beta 2 (19G5037d) version doesn't work on iPad Pro (1st gen) 9.7-inch against the cloud.
We recommend not to update devices of this model to iOS 15.6 beta 2.
iOS 15 and Above - Swipe
When using - SeeTest Client - Swipe / SeeTestAutomation - Swipe / SeeTest - Appium Extension - Swipe
In some cases the swipe operation might require to use SetDragStartDelay first.
- Opening control-center on devices with home button via swipe down.
- Opening app-switcher on devices without home button via swipe down.
client.setDragStartDelay(50); client.swipe("Down", 0, 2000);