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What’s that ugly white space at the top of your “Designed for iPad” app when it runs on an M1 Mac?

It might be… the status bar! Here’s a small snippet to fix it for good.

Screenshots from a sample app that I’m working on (for some DlhSoft Ganttis framework updates that are to come soon!)

If you develop an iOS app and you run it on a Mac, you might see something like the first image above. Notice the white bar at the top. Indeed. It’s the empty-on-Mac iOS app status…

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Sorin Dolha

Sorin Dolha

Software developer at DlhSoft • married • father of two • MacBook enthusiast • writing from Cluj

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