Question for the iOS-devs

  • Hi there!

    So - we got our game working almost 60fps on every other iOS7-device except the iPhone 4. I'm currently optimizing everything I can to get it running at 30fps, but it seems I can't reach it without touching the core elements.

    It got me thinking do any of you guys know if there's a way of telling what device the user is on? I was thinking checking the resolution, but 4S has the same screen so it kinda f*cks up that plan.

    Any ideas?

  • You could always resort to asking the user in the menu.

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  • You could always resort to asking the user in the menu.

    Yes, you're right. Maybe I should just add the options menu I've been trying to avoid. Thanks for the idea!

  • Hi!

    If you have a way to get actual access to the Objective C code you could ask the user for the device name like this:

    NSString *deviceName = [[UIDevice currentDevice] name];

    This should return the devices name.

    I have no idea how you would get access to the objective c code though. it may be a case of checking how and where the script is and manually modifying the variables using objective c :D. Might actual be quite straight forward.

  • Hi!

    If you have a way to get actual access to the Objective C code you could ask the user for the device name like this:

    NSString *deviceName = [[UIDevice currentDevice] name];

    This should return the devices name.

    I have no idea how you would get access to the objective c code though. it may be a case of checking how and where the script is and manually modifying the variables using objective c :D. Might actual be quite straight forward.

    An interesting idea, thanks! Maybe I should take look at it in Xcode, I have to compile the file to the App-review that way anyhow. Hmm.

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