The present version of the SDK is not compatible with Xcode 8.
Please see the following thread:
Well, iOS behavior is defined partly by the SDK version the app was built to.
So for older apps, iOS behaves different.
So for iOS app built with Xcode 7 and linked to Apple'S iOS SDK in version 9 may behave different than the version built with Xcode 8 and newer iOS 10 SDK.
But you can continue with Xcode 7 and deliver an app which is build with older iOS 9 SDK.
it should still work fine.
I had iOS 10.0 on my 7+. It would allow me to run my apps with 7.3.1 after hacking the iOS 10 target from Xcode 8. After the latest patch to iOS 10.1.1, Xcode cannot find the target. So now it gets risky. I have Xcode 8 and Xcode 7.3.1 on my Mac. If I hit "Update" is it going to update 8.0 or 7.3.1. When a previous 8.0 patch came out, it updated both the 7.3.1 version and the 8.0 version. Blew 7.3.1 away!
I can build with 7.3.1 and continue hacking the targets out of Xcode 8.x and pasting them in or linking them as new iOS version come out. But this is really a cluge and I am concerned it is going to blow away my older version of Xcode in the process.
Apple sets the standard for interoperability, integration and stuff that works really well together and FileMaker is part of Apple. I really like FileMaker and what it allows me to create. I just want it to work like the other things we get from Apple. When something new, innovative or disruptive is released, all of the dependent parts need to be released as well. Are there plans and a schedule for when a compatible version of FM is going to be released to make this work with the latest Xcode and on Sierra?