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Why most people use OS X El Capitan for developing iOS apps?

I currently running macOS Sierra as my operating system on my iMac. Also, I am using the X-code to developing iOS applications as a beginner. I have thousands of questions on developing iOS applications. The first one I need to solve is, I need to know the best Mac OS Version to run the X-Code. I heard some news about Mac OS X El Capitan as the best Mac OS Version to develop iOS applications. All I need to know is the El Capitan is the best Mac OS X version to develop the iOS applications?

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This seems to upset some.

But the iOS developers I know tend to have beefy Mac Pros with gobs of RAM, SSD and the usual i7. They run the latest or next to latest since they are developing apps for companies and can't futz around on old Mac OSes.

It's that simple.

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