Black borders on is


#1

After upgrading to iOS 9.1 I get these borders. Someone is suggesting I need to create new splahscreens - which I did using ionic. Still the same problem, Anyone experiencing the same?

I’m using the com.telerik.plugins.wkwebview to overcome other ionic ios9 problems.


#2

I’m really stucked here. Anyone?


#3

why did you use wkwebview? what sort of problems did you have on ios9? did you have same problems without it?


#4

I used WKWebview because I had problems with a href location bug and infdigest cycles. I removed WKWebview yesterday and installed the latest ionic (1.1.1). And it seem to have resolved those issues. So the app doesn’t depend on WKWebview anymore. I still have the black border issue, though?


#5

Can you share your html. Maybe you have has-tabs and has-header classes?


#6

ios9 issues are fixed using latest Angular version or using this patch http://blog.ionic.io/preparing-for-ios-9/


#7

Seems like this is on a lower level since the iOS status bar (battery life, 3G) is also moved? The html structure haven’t changed since a long time, where it used to work.


#8

I don’t know what is it, but I am certainly not getting this issue and I tested my app on different ios devices. Could you try removing and re-adding ios platform?


Black space ontop and bottom op on iphone
#9

Oh YES … that did the trick … and you saved my day (week) :slight_smile: Thanks!