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detect the browser in iOS #343

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marathia opened this Issue Mar 31, 2017 · 4 comments

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Isn't it possible to detect the browser in iOS? Currently Safari, Chrome and Opera show 'Your web browser (other browser) is out of date.'

Tested in iOS 9.3.5, but changing the user agent to any version of iOS in a desktop browser shows the same.

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I'm working on it.
The problem was that on iOS you need to update the OS to update the Browser.
I did not know if there are updates available because this depends on the particular iPhone/iPad model. I now figured out a way to detect the model at least for iPhones and the iPad Pro.

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I'm working on it.
The problem was that on iOS you need to update the OS to update the Browser.
I did not know if there are updates available because this depends on the particular iPhone/iPad model. I now figured out a way to detect the model at least for iPhones and the iPad Pro.

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marathia Apr 5, 2017

I understand now. Your work is much appreciated!

marathia commented Apr 5, 2017

I understand now. Your work is much appreciated!

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I turned on the notification for news iOS devices today. I will test it for a few days.

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josselex commented Apr 13, 2017

I turned on the notification for news iOS devices today. I will test it for a few days.

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The message looks good for iOS>1 with test: true and fiddling with the user agent in Firefox using User Agent Switcher!

Only iOS1 results in iOSNaN but I think anyone will have a problem with that :)

The message looks good for iOS>1 with test: true and fiddling with the user agent in Firefox using User Agent Switcher!

Only iOS1 results in iOSNaN but I think anyone will have a problem with that :)

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