Xcode 14.3: App built is not able to open on iOS 13.6

  • Such problems have occurred on several of my devices, and user feedback has been received. After the problems, I chose Decisive Xcode to downgrade to 14.2 and submit again for AppStore review. It is recommended that you do not try to update Xcode when it is not stable.

    And backward compatibility is a painful thing, according App Store using charts to see using iOS13 users percentage did little, but can't afford to choose compatible

  • I am using Xcode 14.2 not 14.3 and still I am facing this crash on my iOS 13.6 device. How did you manage to work it out with Xcode 14.2? @blueberry6401

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  • No it has'nt

  • @edford Today 14 Jun 2023, I tried Xcode 14.3.1, but the issue still persists. My app keeps crashing on iOS 13.6 device. What is the way out?

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And by the way, this list on 14.3 is not showing enough simulators.

You can create more simulators yourself. Click Manage Run Destinations at the bottom of that list, then switch to the Simulators tab and hit the + button at the bottom. It looks like the oldest simulator supported is iOS 13.7, but this may be sufficient to reproduce the problem.

BTW, the App Store usage chart shows very few people are still on iOS 13. And as you can see it’s a pain to support such old versions. Just something to think about.

  • Yeah I know that. The problem is I already has a lot of simulators, I can't even select it. I have to use the command line to start the simulator I want. This is captured after I was back to 14.2: below

  • And the statement "it's a pain to support old versions" is not the thing everyone wants to hear. Either Apple should inform us that they have stopped supporting iOS 13, or it must work! By the way, I tested it on an iPhone 6 with iOS 12, and it works – just not on the iPhone 7 Plus with iOS 13.

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Xcode 14.2

Same issue here.

same issue here.

iOS 13.6 ~ 13.7

Same issue for 13.3.1, it's most likely a problem for all iOS 13 versions. It's amazing how such a big company can have such bad backwards compatibility.

As for iOS 13 support, also consider this: all devices that can run iOS 13 can also run iOS 14 and even iOS 15.

So if you are not also supporting iOS 12 or earlier, then there’s no good reason to set your minimum target platform to 13 or 14. Anybody with an iOS 13-compatible device should be running iOS 15 or higher.

I have the same problem

Same issue here.

Termination Description: DYLD, Assertion failed: (gotLocation), function applyFixupsToImage_block_invoke_3, file /Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/dyld/dyld-750.4.2/dyld3/Loading.cpp, line 779.


Search for fixupObjCStableSwift.


iOS 13

  • 兄弟 怎么解决的?v clnywyp

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一直报错 Xcode 14.3 下 iOS 13.3.1 - 13.6

Incident Identifier: 6B7B0FB8-7EBA-43B8-A91E-F31CA3F565AF CrashReporter Key: 5cc0d14db3c3a6974c8d9ff7f4052259e46a4265 Hardware Model: iPhone9,1 Process: 111111 [925] Path: /Volumes/VOLUME/*/1111.app/111111 Identifier: com.11111.jht Version: 1.0.1 (1) Code Type: ARM-64 (Native) Role: Foreground Parent Process: launchd [1] Coalition: com.11111.jht [1169]

Date/Time: 2023-04-18 16:21:35.2726 +0800 Launch Time: 2023-04-18 16:21:35.1288 +0800 OS Version: iPhone OS 13.6 (17G68) Release Type: User Baseband Version: 7.70.01 Report Version: 104

Exception Type: EXC_CRASH (SIGABRT) Exception Note: EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY Termination Reason: DYLD 9 Assertion failed: (gotLocation), function applyFixupsToImage_block_invoke_3, file /Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/dyld/dyld-750.4.2/dyld3/Loading.cpp, line 779.

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Binary Images: Binary images description not available

Error Formulating Crash Report: Failed to create CSSymbolicatorRef - corpse still valid ¯_(ツ)_/¯


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  • 早上找了半天,同事打包反而不闪退(xcode 14.2)。 我又拿过来真机调试(iOS 13.3 + xcode 14.3),也不闪退。但是一推到testFilght,下载后就闪退。 最后我把同一套代码,换了xcode 14.2,推到testFilght,结果是正常的。 可以断定是xcode 14.3 的问题。

  • 重新下载14.2 Xcode吧

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I have the same issue !!!

Not all app crash. There are 2 in my hand, one is launched and the other crash always. iOS 13.6 iph.

Don't upgrade to xcode 14.3, unless your app need just work on iOS above 13.0 version, if you have upgraded, delete it and download xcode 14.2 from 'https://developer.apple.com/download/all/'.

  • I am using Xcode 14.2 and still facing this crash on my iOS 13.6 device.

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Same issue