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As an added complexity, Apple and Google regularly release updates to their operating systems (OS) and development tools. Developers can spend days making sure their apps will not only work with these updates but can also take advantage of new features released.
For example, Apple releases updates to Xcode, the IDE used by developers to build IOS apps, anywhere from 5-7 times a year. Developers can spend hours downloading, installing and testing their apps with not only the production version released, but also each Beta version, to make sure there are no breaking chan
Additionally with each platform OS update, developers again must test their apps to ensure they work as expected. For iOS apps this is pretty straightforward given Apple has tight control over the hardware, but for Android, OS changes need to be tested across many permutations of physical devices.
BuildPan CI/CD solves the hurdle for developers as the changes can be directly made into the master code running the line of codes on the latest version (for ex: Xcode version) to make changes and rectify if there is any error.