I read your post. To be fair to the app, it was working fine before and has not been updated for some time. I gather that there are other apps (non-steinberg) that are also affected by the same problem
Part of the issue is that 10.3.2 went beta before the problem surfaced, so I wasn’t expecting a solution.
I suspect that we are looking towards iOS 11 in the summer. Depressingly!
I can see the issue from both sides of the street. As a paying customer it’s frustrating to no longer be able to use the software. However, I sling code for a living, so I also understand what the devs are going through.
The reason I passed along the TF app info to him was the fact that some apps are still working with iOS 10.3 while others are broken by it.
As a professional developer, this makes me think there’s more than one way to set up the network code, with the way Yamaha does it being perhaps more robust than the way the apps victimized by the iOS update do it.
Since other apps have survived 10.3 with their connectivity intact, it suggests that a coding solution is possible without waiting on another iOS version from Apple.
I suppose it depends on whether the connectivity side is modular or whether it is intrinsic to the entire app. I suspect that it is the latter since everything about using the app requires a constant update. And there is also the remote software on the host machine too.
I can connect to Cubase Pro 9.0.2 from my iPad with iC Pro/iOS 10.3.2. I have to try to connect a couple of times, maybe quit and restart the app and then it will work. Not ideal, but sort of usable.
I deleted then reinstalled the iCPro device in Cubase. Don’t know if this helped.
I’m with you there. And even if connection is re-established with 10.3.3 the app will still not function properly due to the fact that it fails completely in Cue Mix mode if a Nuendo project contains a VCA fader (probably true with Cubase too).