Let’s create a new Single-View i OS app in Xcode called Find Me. We’ll need several static UILabels and equally as many dynamic ones to display various diagnostic information like latitude, longitude, altitude, and accuracy.
Refer to the screenshot below on how to position these views.
What you should do instead is disable showing user location in the XIB, check the permission in Hi!
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This should include a short explanation why the app needs location data, and will be displayed in the location permission popup.and you don’t make any changes for i OS 8 compatibility, your app might stop receiving location data at all.The biggest change is that apps can now ask to get location data either “Always” or “While Using”: The “Always” permission is used for the less precise but more battery-friendly location monitoring modes, like the “significant changes” API or region monitoring.If you want to support i OS 7 too, make sure you check if the request method is available: .Check the returned status and react accordingly (either start monitoring location or give up).“Using” means that you either only use the location data while the app is actually on the screen and the user is interacting with it, or the app is in the background, but it’s doing something important for the user for which the location data is crucial (think: navigation or some kind of fitness activity). Run Keeper running in the background) i OS shows an extremely conspicuous blue bar at the top of the screen to make it clear that the location data is being actively accessed: If you only use location data while the user is interacting with the app in the foreground, then it’s recommended that you stop monitoring location immediately when the app starts hiding into the background.If you don’t do this quickly enough, the user will see this blue bar for a couple of seconds after closing your app (you can see this e.g. Note: it’s perfectly acceptable for apps to include both permission options – in fact I’d say that it should be considered a good practice for apps that request the “Always” permission to also fall back to “While Using”. By default it asks for “Always”, so that it can show you notifications when you come near interesting places.“Always” means that you want access to the location data 24/7, so obviously you can’t use the standard API that returns precise GPS data every second, at least not all the time, or you’d drain any i Phone in a couple of hours.Few apps should actually need this permission, and I think the main point of this change was to discourage apps from spying on you permanently unless they have a really good reason.We’ll look into the Core Location and Map Kit modules and build an app that will display some diagnostic information like latitude, longitude, altitude, and accuracy.Right underneath those fields, we’ll have a map view that will animate to the user’s location automatically.