Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Innuos Zenith mk2
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
ASUS router. Private LAN IPv4 using DHCP. Innuos connected direct to router. iPad Pro via WiFi.
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Innuos Zenith mk2 => USB => Mytek Brooklyn DAC => Exposure amp
Description Of Issue
I’ve noticed the following behaviour on several iPad Pro devices (2020 iPad Pro 12.9”, 2018 iPad Pro 12.9”, 2019 iPad Pro 11”) and all exhibit the same issue when used as a Roon remote.
When a track is playing and I want to go back to the iPad homescreen, I need to swipe up from the bottom of the screen. More often than not, this will result in the swiping catching the audio bar and skipping the track forward or back.
On the occasions where I’m being more deliberate to not catch the audio bar, the action will not skip the track, but it will appear to stop the progress of the track playing to the point where my finger was on the screen. The time will also stop at that point while the track continues to play.
Reopening the Roon remote will still show the audio progress and time in the static state, even though the track will still continue to play via the amp, endpoints, etc.
Force restarting the Roon remote will clear the issue and the audio bar and time progress from the correct point.
I’m guessing this is a clash between the Apple way of having to swipe up to go to the homescreen and the location of the audio progress bar within Roon.
It happens in both landscape and portrait orientations.
Is this something the Roon devs are aware of and perhaps working on in a new version? Or is it just me and my sausage fingers?