An instance of the iOS simulator may have been corrupted in the iOS simulator test on the local PC. Please check in the following order.
- Check if it can be launched from Xcode
- If it does not launch, recreate the simulator and check if it can launch
1. Check if it can be launched from Xcode
First, select the device from Xcode and check if it launches.
2. If it does not launch, recreate the simulator and check if it can launch
If the simulator does not launch, delete the simulator and recreate it.
Click Window on the menu bar > Devices and Simulators.
Right-click the device name in Simulators and click Delete.
Enter the name that you just deleted in Simulator Name, select Device Type, and click Create.
Try again to check if it can be launched from 1. Check if it can be launched from Xcode, you can use the device with MagicPod as it is, and you should not have any problems next time.