MobiOne 263The MobiOne team rolled out version 2.6.3 today.

This is a hot-fix release that resolves a severe issue that arose with the MobiOne iOS App Build Wizard when Apple recently revised its iOS provision profile format. The issue is limited to provision profiles created in the last week.

The 2.6.3 update can be updated from within MobiOne, use the Help>Check for Updates menu, or download a new product installer from Genuitec here.

You can learn more in the release notes.

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Posted on Aug 18th 2014