iOS 10.1 Testing

Our lab team is testing Apple iOS 10.1 for compatibility with FlyQ EFB for iPad, FlyQ Pocket for iPhone, and SmartPlates and Charts for iPhone/iPad. We will post the results in a new blog entry when testing is complete.  As always with any new iOS release, we advise caution before installing on a device you rely upon for flight.

Be sure to use the “Follow” section on the right side of this page to be notified by email as we test iOS 10.1 and make other new Blog entries.  If you don’t see “Follow” it means you’re already signed-up for email alerts.

Please note that iOS 10 doesn’t support all models of iPhone or iPad devices. If your device is not supported by iOS 10, iOS 9.3.5 has been approved for use with our apps.

13 thoughts on “iOS 10.1 Testing

  1. How about FlyQ Pocket for Android and flight track recording log for iPad?

    Walt Baydo 253-691-7575 cell

    On Oct 26, 2016 2:54 PM, “Flying with Seattle Avionics” wrote:

    > saskeith posted: “Our lab team is testing Apple iOS 10.2 for compatibility > with FlyQ EFB for iPad, FlyQ Pocket for iPhone, and SmartPlates and Charts > for iPhone/iPad. We will post the results in a new blog entry when testing > is complete. Please note that iOS 10 doesn’t su” >

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    • A new version of FlyQ Pocket for Android is in beta now and will be out in November. Data recording is planned for a near-term FlyQ EFB release (the app already has it but it’s just used for debugging).

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  2. We are talking to Garmin. Of course we’d love to support them, just as we support 20+ ADS-B (virtually everyone) and in-panel systems (Avidyne, Dynon, Aspen). If you’re interested in using FlyQ EFB with your Garmin device, we suggest you talk to your Garmin rep.

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  3. I noticed that a when using iOS 10 and tapping the airport/navaid search window that an on-screen keypad pops up with numerals 1 through 0. A couple of times, the numerical keypad has been the only keypad that is present. Not sure if this is a bug or a feature!

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  4. So if FlyQ runs on iOS10 and iOS10 runs on both iPhones and iPads, why can’t I run the full version of FlyQ on my iPhone? FlyQ Pocket is OK but without the moving map it’s just not that useful to me.

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    • The issue isn’t the OS but the screen size. Trust me — there is a HUGE amount of work involved in redesigning screens from the large iPad display to the much smaller iPhone screen. they are different dimensions; the phone isn’t just a shrunken iPad.

      How about using our free (for FlyQ EFB users) app called SmartPlates & Charts? Just download it onto your iPhone and login w/ the same email and password.

      Thanks, Steve

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