Wonder if anyone else is getting this.
I have created, packaged as IPA and uploaded new version of app to Apple. Apple have reviewed it and approved it and the new version appears in the App Store.
The user updates the app but even though it shows they have the new version, the OLD VERSION still shows on the device. If the user deletes the app completely and then reinstalls it from the App store it's now the NEW version. So it's definitely the NEW version on the App Store but it doesn't seem to be showing on the device unless it's a new install (i.e. the app either hasn't been downloaded before or has been deleted). It appears like the device is caching the old version and showing that. Any ideas why?
This does NOT occur with Android, which updates beautifully.
Obviously it's not a suitable workaround to get my users to delete and reinstall the app everytime there's an update, as they need to enter their details in every time (and local storage is cleared everytime they delete the app).
Can't work out if this is an iOS bug, Cordova iOS bug or Appery bug.
Any advice or ideas really appreciated