The Ionic team had an incredibly busy and productive summer and rolled into a very productive fall. We released some new projects, soft launched our new Ionic Pro commercial offering, and are growing the team to make Ionic Framework and our services around it better and better.
With all the movement lately, I want to take a step back and talk about what the next ~6-12 months looks like for everything Ionic.
To start, let’s address specific short term things you can expect:
Next 30-60 days
Ionic iOS 11/iPhone X
The iPhone X is rolling out in November and iOS 11 has been here for a month or so. We rolled out releases of Ionic for Angular (3.x) and Ionic for AngularJS (1.x) recently to ensure compatibility.
For those still using Ionic for AngularJS, this is our first release in a long time. Make sure to update to properly target the new safe regions on the iPhone X, as well as referring to our last blog post about iOS 11.
Make sure you have the latest releases of Ionic for Angular and Ionic for AngularJS to be ready for X and iOS 11:
Ionic for Angular (3.x): 3.7.1
Ionic for AngularJS (1.x): 1.3.4 (upgrade instructions)
Read more about getting ready for iOS 11 from the blog.