Yes, that is entirely possible. It is just setting the target version to iOS 12 in the first version, and iOS 13 in the second version. You will have to set the iOS 13 release to be timed for release on 30th of June, but apart from that there's nothing "special" in this.
Note: It seems you might have mixed some things up. The deadline requirement for June ...
You can search the internet for things like "Best Editing Apps ios" or "Top games ios" and other gazillion terms. And you should get plenty of hits. I'd take the most recent return and look at that. You'll find many dated 2020. And most matches will have things like top ten or top 20 so they'll be plenty of apps to make note off. This will find App Store ...
You can find an overview of the most popular apps here : https://apps.apple.com/us/genre/ios/id36 and sometimes the 'Open in iTunes' button will appear in the upper right corner of the screen.
Besides that, as @Tetsujin said Apple no longer allows searching from iTunes/internet.
Okay I done it with using this method:
I found a friend who has a newer iPhone which has a newer iOS version.
Go to AppStore on her phone and click avatar picture to go to profile.
Scroll all the way down and you will see the "logout" button. Click that.
Now, go to up of this page and you will see an input area that you can enter Apple ID and password. ...
You may or may not be eligible to get a refund. Only the relevant team at Apple can answer that for you.
Consider going through this Apple Support article first: Request a refund for apps or content that you bought from Apple.
You should also consider contacting the customer support for the app to query if they have an update to the app in progress which ...
It doesn't mess something up that you have newer version numbers that support older iOS targets than older version numbers. That's perfectly alright.
Remember that the Deployment Target is the minimum version of iOS that user's need to have.
The optimal way to do what you want is to set the deployment target to iOS 11, and then in your app conditionally ...
You should consider keeping the 2FA enabled on your Apple ID. It is not required to disable the 2FA on your Apple ID if you do not have any Apple device linked to your account.
In the absence of any trusted device(s) (Macs or iOS/iPadOS devices), you can add a trusted mobile number to your Apple ID account, and can receive 2FA codes via SMS.
You can use Notes.app for this.
Create note (optional) “Research thing”
Navigate to a website
Click share, select Notes.app (option to add notes to the default share menu for easier access)
Select the note you want the link in, and then add any relevant text
You’ll now have an editable note with links containing previews of the content.
Are you using iPhone or iPad?
If you are using iPad, you should be able to do that. The iOS (or now called iPadOS) in iPad allows you to run 2 apps side by side at the same time. You can copy and paste the info between those 2 apps easily.
If you are using iPhone / iPod Touch, seems no workaround other than copy and paste the link one by one like what you ...