Xamarin.Mac - macOS Sierra Troubleshooting
This article provides several troubleshooting tips for working with macOS Sierra in Xamarin.Mac apps.
The following sections list some known issues that can occur when using macOS Sierra with Xamarin.mac and the solution to those issues:
- App Store
- Apple Pay
- Binary Compatibility
- CFNetwork HTTP Protocol
- Core Image
- When testing In-App Purchases in the sandbox environment, the authentication dialog may appear twice.
- When testing In-App Purchases with hosted content in the sandbox environment, the password dialog will appear every time the app is brought to the foreground until the content download completes.
If an incorrect expiration date or security code (CW) is entered when adding a new payment card to Apple Pay, the card provisioning process will be terminated.
nullkey will result in an exception.
no longer RC4 cipher suites during the TLS handshake forhttp://` URLs.
- Apps can hang if they modify a superview's geometry in either the
- For all SSL/TLS connections, the RC4 symmetric cipher is now disabled by default. Additionally, the Secure Transport API no longer supports SSLv3 and it is recommended that the app stop using SHA-1 and 3DES cryptography as soon as possible.
CFNetwork HTTP Protocol
HTTPBodyStream property of the
NSMutableURLRequest class must be set to an unopened stream since
NSURLSession now strictly enforce this requirement.
Long running operations will return a "You don't have permission to save the file." error.
CIImageProcessor API now supports an arbitrary input image count.
CIImageProcessor API that was included in macOS Sierra beta 1 will be removed.
When working with Notification Content Extensions, View Controllers are not being correctly released and might result in a crash when Extension memory limits are reached.
After a Handoff operation, the
UserInfo property of a
NSUserActivity object might be empty. Explicitly call
NSUserActivity object as a current workaround.
WebGeolocation requires a secure (
https://) URL to work on both iOS 10 and macOS Sierra to prevent malicious use of location data.