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DJI Fly app no longer supports iOS 10

The DJI Fly app will no longer support iOS 10 and below operating systems after the releases of v1.1.10. DJI says that they’re doing this to provide a better software experience, a higher quality, and a more stable platform. The DJI Fly app is used to control the DJI Mavic Air 2, the Mavic Mini, and the soon to be released DJI Mini 2.

Hat tip to Mr. D. for spotting this one.

DJI Fly app no longer supports iOS 10

Here’s the text from the DJI Forum:

Dear Valued User:

In order to provide software services of higher quality and stronger stability to pilots, and to provide you with better product experiences, the DJI Fly app after v1.1.10 will not support iOS 10 and below operating systems, which means:

• DJI will no longer provide software updates or fixes for the DJI Fly app on devices running iOS 10 or below operating system.
• Versions of DJI Fly after v1.1.10 will not be compatible with devices running an iOS 10 or below operating system.

If you are using the DJI Fly app on an iOS device, we recommend that you update your operating system to iOS 11 or above so that you can use the subsequent updated DJI Fly normally. For users who still need to continue using iOS 10 devices, you can still download and use DJI Fly v1.1.10 on DJI’s official website, but you will not be able to get subsequent version updates.

Thank you for your continued support of DJI. If you have any questions during the use of our product, please feel free to contact our technical support through DJI’s official website (https://repair.dji.com/EchatRobo … BOT/echat?pro=mavic) for assistance. Thank you for your understanding.

DJI Support
November 3, 2020

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