This release includes mobile PDC and D-ATIS through ForeFlight, simulator support in Logbook, expanded chart options for European pilots, support for .CRD files in Military Flight Bag, and more. Click here to learn more.
This release includes 200+ refinements and performance enhancements, with a couple nice touches like a Runway Final Approach Alert and Logbook – Track Log links. Click here to learn more.
This release adds Traffic and Glance Mode to Synthetic Vision, new Day/Night app themes with auto-transition, organized track system depictions, and more. Click here to learn more.
This release is filled with planning, mapping, and navigation enhancements, including Flight Delay Notifications, Aeronautical Map Toggle, Trip Assistant, new Europe regions, and more. Click here to learn more.
This minor release resolves a bug affecting low-memory devices that caused the app to periodically exit while connected to some external devices.
Apple has announced that it plans to release iOS 10 to the public on Tuesday, September 13th. We continue to conduct thorough testing on iOS 10 to ensure full compatibility with ForeFlight. Please stay tuned to our blog post, Facebook page, and Twitter feed for updates on our ‘all-clear’ notice. As always, feel free to email email@example.com if you have any questions.
UPDATE August 12, 2016: After testing iOS 9.3.4 this week, we’re ready to issue an “all-clear” to ForeFlight customers. Feel free to update at your own convenience.
ORIGINAL POST August 5, 2016: We are performing compatibility testing between ForeFlight and the newly released iOS 9.3.4 to ensure that everything is working smoothly. We will update this post with an “all-clear” when testing is completed.
UPDATE: July 21, 2016: After carefully testing iOS 9.3.3 this week, we’re ready to issue an “all clear” to ForeFlight customers. Feel free to update at your own convenience.
ORIGINAL POST July 18, 2016: We are performing compatibility testing between ForeFlight and the newly released iOS 9.3.3 to ensure that everything is working smoothly. We will update this post with an “all-clear” when testing is completed.
In preparation for ForeFlight 7.7, coming this week, we have released a new Terrain Map for download in the app. ForeFlight 7.7 includes a number of under-the-hood improvements to the ForeFlight Map Engine, which requires the new Terrain Map.
The new Terrain Map is available now in More > Downloads, at the bottom of the Required Downloads section. Please make sure to download it before your first flight with ForeFlight 7.7, as it will be required in order to use the Terrain Map layer on the Maps view.
Also, don’t forget that ForeFlight 7.7 changes the minimum required iOS version from iOS 8.2 to iOS 9.2, so if you haven’t already updated your devices to at least iOS 9.2 please do so before downloading ForeFlight 7.7.
The next ForeFlight release will require Apple iOS 9.2 or later. By making iOS 9.2 the minimum iOS version supported, we can deliver advanced features, smaller app download sizes, faster performance, and improved energy efficiency. In addition, you don’t have to worry about losing support for your older devices – all the devices that support iOS 8.2 (the current minimum iOS requirement for ForeFlight) are all capable of updating to iOS 9.2.
We recommend you update as soon as practical. This support article on Apple’s website describes how to update your iOS device wirelessly or using iTunes if you want to get ahead of the release.
As always, if you have any questions, we are on frequency seven days a week at firstname.lastname@example.org.