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iOS Testing mind map 1.2 – Now with more stuff

Nearly a year since the last refresh of the iOS testing mind map, it seemed due for an update. The changes in this version are outlined below.

  • Hardware
    • Added iPhone 5s (64-bit)
    • Added iPhone 5c
    • Removed iPhone 3G
  • Network
    • Added LTE
  • Date
    • Time Settings
      • Added 24 hour clock
  • Software
    • iOS
      • Added 7.x
  • Functionality
    • Added Motion Activity
    • Added Restrictions
      • Added Disabled Safari
      • Added No IAP password caching
      • Added Disabled Camera
    • Added Privacy
      • Added Location Services, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Photos, Bluetooth Sharing, Microphone, Motion Activity, and Social Networking
    • Added Push Notifications

iOS Testing Mind Map 1.2

iOS Testing Mind Map 1.2

Once again, this mind map seeks to be thorough without getting so detailed as to become unmanageable or unhelpful. The mind map is not exhaustive, but helps serve as a template that you can customize to suit the needs of your apps. Anyone wishing to modify the mind map can do so by downloading SimpleMind Free and the SMMX mind map file (you may need to right-click to save), then dragging the file onto the SimpleMind app icon in your dock. Clicking on the image above will take you to a full-resolution PNG. You can also download this zip file which contains PDF, PNG, text, OPML, MM and SMMX versions of the mind map.

Getting Started With Mobile Testing

Over at Ministry of Testing they have put together a nice mind map that serves as a great starting point of things to consider for testing (as well as development and design) when you’re starting a mobile project. I’m hoping at some point somebody will make platform specific ones for Android and iOS. If not… maybe I will. Anyway, head on over to check it out: Getting Started With Mobile Testing – A MindMap