Leica C Image Shuttle App is not compatible with iOS 11

Leica issued a compatibility update for the Leica C Image Shuttle App and iOS 11:

The use of the Image Shuttle App in combination with the Leica C, Leica D-Lux and Leica V-Lux cameras will no longer be possible with the shortly to be released Apple iOS11 operating system. This incompatibility is due to the fact that the iOS11 operating system supports only 64-bit apps. In view of this, the app will no longer be available as a download from the App Store. We are currently working at full speed on establishing compatibility with the new Apple operating system and estimate that the new version of the app will be released by the beginning of October 2017. Should you wish to continue using the existing Leica C Image Shuttle App, we recommend that you postpone updating your operating system to iOS11 until the revised version is available. We will notify you as soon as the iOS11-compatible version of the Leica C Image Shuttle App is available.

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  • MdB

    Until the next time it is made incompatible and doesn’t get updated due to being EOL. This is why I like solutions like Toshiba’s Airflash, simple and elegant, has a simple webserver so doesn’t rely on ‘apps’ for communication. If it does eventually break compatibility (very doubtful) it can just be replaced with an alternate solution.

    This can be said about buying a car because it has some ‘compatible’ app or system, same with home automation. Don’t spend any money on this garbage, it’s flushing money down the toilet.

    • SimoneDF

      Personally I had only bad experiences with Toshiba products. 1 hard drive died within 1 year. A second external hard drive died after 2 years. A third wi-fi portable hard drive is functioning only in part. Works when connected with a usb cable, but the battery doesn’t charge anymore. So no, after 3 out of 3 fails, I don’t want Toshiba products not even for free.

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