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[iOS] Spinning wheel appears and application crashes on a device if external monitor is connected via adapter
1. Open project attached by the user
2. Make sure "starter" scene is included in the build settings and build it for iOS
3. Open built project in XCode 9 and build it into iOS device
4. Disconnect device from USB
5. Use lighting to HDMI adapter and connect an external screen to the device
6. Launch installed app on a device
Expected result: Application should launch successfully, different image should be rendered on different monitors
Actual: Spinning wheel appears, application crashes
Reproduced with: 5.5.4p4, 5.6.3p3, 2017.1.1p1, 2017.2.0b11, 2017.3.0a7
Device: iPad Air 1 A1474 iOS 11
Not reproducible with: 5.5.0f3
Not reproducible on iPad Pro 10.5" A10x iOS 11
No longer reproduces on latest iOS version
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