For any included component, replace the current version with a new version from the Xamarin Component Store that supports the Unified API and do a clean build.Any component that has not yet been converted by the author, will display a 32 bit only warning in the component store.Previously, the Air started with a 1.6 GHz processor. Apple did not say the processor boost includes a jump to Intel's latest "Kaby Lake" generation of processors, however, as it did with the Mac Book Pro and 12-inch Mac Book on Monday.Instead, the Mac Book Air will stick with Intel's years-old "Broadwell" chips, which are well behind the latest generation in terms of overall performance and battery efficiency.Mac project from the Classic API to the new Unified API if that app relies on one or more Component or Nu Get Package.Any component that you have included in your application will also need to be updated to the Unified API or you will get a conflict when you try to compile.
WWDC 2017 is scheduled to take place from June 5th to June 9th.Mac application, please see our Target Frameworks documentation.The tool basically automates all the steps outlined in the Update Manually section presented below and is the suggested method of converting an existing Xamarin. Again, once the warnings have been fixed, follow these steps to manually update Xamarin. The new Unified APIs are required to support 64 bit device architectures from a Xamarin. As of February 1st, 2015 Apple requires that all new app submissions to the Mac App Store support 64 bit architectures. Updating an existing app to use the Unified API requires changes to the project file itself as well as to the namespaces and APIs used in the application code.