Why can't I get enough sunlight in Calibrator?
Calibrator has been updated to work with iOS 14 and the latest iPads seamlessly. However, deprecated iPads and iSense sensors may experience increased crashes and hangs.
Deprecated devices include the following:
|iPad Air (2nd Generation)||2014||A1566, A1567|
|iPad mini (3rd Generation)||2014||A1599, A11600|
|iPad mini (2nd Generation)||2013||A1489, A1490, A1491|
|iPad Air (1st Generation)||2013||A1474, A1475, A1476|
|iPad mini (1st Generation)||2012||A1432, A1454, A1455|
|iPad (4th Generation)||2012||A1458, A1459, A1460|
|iPad (3rd Generation)||2012||A1416, A1430, A1403|
|iPad (2nd Generation)||2011||A1395, A1396, A1397|
|iPad (1st Generation)||2010|| A1219, A1337
Devices are deprecated every so often for two reasons: first, the iOS version of deprecated devices is generally locked on an older version, and we build our software to work for the latest versions of iOS. Second, the processors onboard deprecated models are not powerful enough to run the software required to use our sensors.
If you upgraded Calibrator to version 4.0.3 on a deprecated iPad, you will no longer be able to use Calibrator. We are unable to provide earlier versions of our apps as per our developer agreement with Apple.
Further, iSense sensors that previously were able to work with Calibrator will no longer be able to do so.
You are in luck! Make sure to upgrade to the latest version of Calibrator and your sensor is on the latest version of firmware. Then, follow the instructions found here.