Wrong App Start Data

Starting with iOS 15, the system might pre-warm your app by creating the process before the user opens it. In such cases, we can't reliably measure the app start, so we drop it as of sentry-cocoa 7.18.0. We are working on a fix for this. Follow the GitHub issue for more details.

High Slow and Frozen Frames Rate

We recommend updating to at least 7.18.1, or else the SDK might report too high a percentage of slow frames.

Falsely Reported Out Of Memory Crashes

We recommend updating to at least 7.11.0, because before this version the SDK might falsely report out-of-memory crashes when an app hangs, and the user kills it manually.

Crashes with HTTP Auto Performance Instrumentation

We recommend updating to at least 7.5.3, because the HTTP instrumentation can lead to crashes. Alternatively, you can also disable the feature.

Duplicated Crashes Event With Screenshots

Since the introduction of screenshots for crashes in version 7.20.0, projects with 'enableCaptureScreenshot' enabled received duplicated crash reports. Therefore, we recommend updating to at least 7.25.0 to fix this problem.

My first view controller has no performance trace

If your project still initializes a UIWindow during application(_:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:) and you plan to use an automatic UIViewController performance tracker, make sure to initialize your window, set the root view controller, and then initialize SentrySDK.

I use Tuist and the project crashes when I update Sentry

If you use Tuist to manage your SPM dependencies, add the following configuration to your Dependencies.swift under targetSettings

"Sentry": ["USE_HEADERMAP": "YES"]

SentryFileManager: Failed to write data to path

Sentry writes and reads files at a specific path in the app cache directory. This path is created during the SDK initialization. If you see a log message that looks like this: [SentryFileManager:439] Failed to write data to path it means that the cache path doesn't exist anymore. Check your app for any procedure that cleans the cache of your app during runtime, and avoid deleting the io.sentry directory.

My app is not symbolicated and I use App Store Connect

Since Xcode 14 App Store Connect doesn't make debug symbols available for download anymore, see Xcode Release Notes. Please use a different way of uploading the debug symbols by following the documentation.

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