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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Swift 2.0 Deploying to a Device Running on Device

it says Could not find Developer Disk Image

what do i do

I am also having the same problem, but I dont know if it is because I am running iOS 10 beta but can someone help me?

1 Answer

It's because the version of Xcode and your iPhone are not compatible. It is most likely to occur if you are running a beta version of Xcode or either iPhone. To see if your iPhone version is compatible head over to Applications on your Mac right click and click on Show package contents.

Now head to Contents > Developer > Platforms > iPhoneOSplatform > Device Support > check if your iOS version is there. If it's not, download the latest version of Xcode but even then if it doesn't fix. Download the latest beta version from Apple Dev portal. Head over to the same location and copy paste the iOS folder your iPhone is running. If your iPhone is running iOS 10 beta, Xcode version 8 beta should have the compatible iOS folder.

Hope this helps.