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Deliver app in Itunnes error

When I try to send ipa file to itunnes I recive 3 erros:

1 - Apple's web service operation was not successful

2 - Unable to authenticate the package:86286718.itmsp

3 - ERROR ITMS-90096: "Your binary us not optimized for iPhone5.......

What should i do?

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I changed cordova CLI to 5.1.1 to solve it. Now I'm using CLI 5.4 in android and 5.1 in iOs.

Any suggestion?

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We have recently updated our Build system which may be associated to your errors when using 5.4.1. I have escalated your issue to the build team.

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Which version of iOS are you targeting?

Have you provided an iPhone 5 launch image?

Eric

 

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Target 8.0 or 7.0, same error.

I put all images that intel xdk have in "launch icons and splash screens"

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Apple is having an issue with your iPhone 5 image (640 x 1136).    This image must be a PNG file and be the correct size.   Please verify the size and format.

As a test, to verify the issue, can you delete that image from the project and submit it again to see if you still get the error?

Eric

 

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The img is a png file with 640x1136 size. I already removed and put again all images.

I did a test now removing the 640x1136 image with CLI 5.4.1 and received same error.

Today I updated 3 apps with the same error, not only one

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All my apps with the same error, any sujestion?

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Renaming your images from JPG to PNG is not sufficient to convert them to PNG format. You must use an image conversion tool to convert a JPG to a PNG. Please confirm that the actual file contents are PNG -- this is what the Cordova build system confirms, is the file format, not the name of the file.

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I used photoshop to export all images to PNG. All the icons and splash screen are PNG. This is happening in all my apps. In cordova 5.4.1 I recive this error, so I change to 5.1.1 and works well

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Andrea -- could you share a copy of the PNG image that is failing, so we could take a closer look and see what the problem is.

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Andre -- the splash640.png image you provided me is a 640x960 image, not a 640x1136 image. Also, that image is 24-bit RGB, not 32-bit RGBA (I don't think that difference is important, but it is a difference).

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I passed 640x960 because the uploader dowsn't accept bigger than 1000, but I have all images in all sizes for iOs. I will try to change to 32-bit RGBA, thanks for the answer

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Andre -- what "uploader" is not accepting an image with a length of 1000? Can you show me a screen capture of this failure?

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Until now I have the same error, but now they ask "UlLaunchImages value to set to {320x568}", like this http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28830013/your-binary-is-not-optimized-for-iphone-5-itms-90096-whe... .

I put in intelxdk.config.additions.xml <splash platform="ios" src="img/icons/iphone/splash-320x568.png" width="320" height="568" orientation="portrait"/> but the error persists.

This is the image.

splash-320x568_0.png

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I think what they actually want is a 640x1136 splash screen, which is also known as a 320x568@2x image (2x retina resolution with an "effective" resolution of 320x568.

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I already add the 640x1136 image.

 

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Now that xdk was updated to 6.2.0 I tried a new build and have the same error. Only in cordova 5.1.1 works and it will be deprecated soon.
Any idea? In "launch icons and splash screens" I already put the 640x1136 image. 

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Andre -- what happens if you use this technique in the additions file?

<platform name="ios">
    <splash src="img/icons/iphone/splash-320x568.png" width="320" height="568" orientation="portrait"/>
</platform>

If you are using 3491:

The images are now stored in the new "package-assets" folder (only if you are using 3491 or later). I have not had a chance to test that new configuration using this mechanism, but, obviously, they your images would have to be moved to that folder. I believe you just need to reference them relative to the package-assets folder (if you are using 3491).

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Thanks Paul, but same error.

See this post http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28830013/your-binary-is-not-optimized-for-iphone-5-itms-90096-whe...

Do you can see the file Info.plist is created with this array?

<key>UILaunchImages</key>
<array>
    <dict>
        <key>UILaunchImageName</key>
        <string>Default-568</string>
        <key>UILaunchImageSize</key>
        <string>{320, 568}</string>
    </dict>
</array>

How can I check this file?

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