I wish this helpful for you Probably the 'index.html' that is being rendered now on your app is that that was cached when you first started the app, hence you'll have the clear your cache memory for that app. on my iPhone6s I will go to
this will help That depends on the kind of data structure you're using. In general, I would advise you against relying on checking your application version: a user using 2.0 might have just upgraded or it might be a new user.
hope this fix your issue It turns out the solution is to download the "command line tools" package. Once downloades, run the package installer and all is well. The /Developer directory is obsolete, no longer used in Xcode 4.3 The Apple developer web site is my friend