Jakob Haq spoke with devs to get answers about what IAA's deprecation means. Honestly I expect that people reading this now won't need to worry. By the time IAA is removed from iOS, the iOS devices you're using now won't be compatible with the latest iOS; or will be too slow to be your main rig anyhow. So just keep the devices you have now. Problem solved. You'll be able to continue to use legacy IAA apps, because you'll have a legacy device. You don't even need to keep the devices on iOS 12, because iOS 13 still supports Inter-App Audio!
Apple is deprecating Inter App Audio aka IAA in iOS 13 in favour of AUv3! So it seems that the IAA protocol has hit its end game, but what does that really mean for iOS based music producers? To answer this question I got in contact with several prominent app developers, who's apps most mobile musicians know about, due to their importance for the iOS music production scene. Want to know what the future holds? Check this out!
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