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Apple Platforms Patch for RAD Studio 10.4.1

We have just released a new patch focused on improving RAD Studio 10.4.1 support for XCode 12, iOS 14 and macOS 11 Big Sur (Intel): these are operating systems and tools which were not available when 10.4.1 shipped.

Specifically, the patch offers fixes for a Delphi exception issue on macOS 11 Big Sur Intel (which was also affecting PAServer when running on that platform, meaning this patch includes a new version of PAServer), SDK import from Xcode 12, and debugging applications on an iOS 14 device.

Notice that new ARM-based Macs running macOS 11 Big Sur can execute macOS apps built for the Intel platform, including those built with Delphi 10.4.1, via the Apple Rosetta 2 compatibility layer.

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The patch can be installed via GetIt (with automatic installation via a deferred package, applied as you restart RAD Studio) or a direct download from my.embarcadero.com (available shortly) and manual installation. In both cases you’ll have to copy the PAServer for macOS installer to your Mac and install it manually. The readme file includes additional information and details.


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Marco is one of the RAD Studio Product Managers, focused on Delphi. He's the best selling author of over 20 books on Delphi.
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