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I want to test my application on iPad Pro 10.5 and I find that my application doesn't put in the right resolution.
On the iPad Pro 12.5, it's Ok but not on the 10.5.
On this one, the application is zoomed in? Is this normal?
Can you please provide the full information of your environment as well as a sample test app that we can use to test the issue.
I'm off for the moment so I can not make you an application test but it's relatively simple.
I have a launchpad screen. When I'm on a 9.7 and 12.9 iPad, the screen automatically adjusts to resolution.
When I am in 10.5, the screen is displayed in 9.7 zoomed.
@Alain can you please double check that you have a 10.5 launch image in your project?
Created attachment 23339 [details]
I have a single launchscreen that fits according to the resolution. I do not know what you mean.
I'm sending you my launchscreen
Apple requires some extra work  if you're using Xcode 8.3 (released before the hardware). Otherwise if assume your app is unaware of the new resolution.
OK, I have seen the problem.