has triumphed once again, rewriting a fair percentage of the core to support iOS 6 in a ridiculous time-frame considering the hours he has available at the moment to work on the project.
We're currently testing absolutely everything, I've only found a couple of very minor issues which have already been fixed. We're on track to deliver within the month, so keep your eyes peeled. In the meantime be sure to sign up for a release alert: http://eepurl.com/uZD9P
(Especially if you have yet to purchase Remote Messages *wink wink*).
In terms of device support, which quite a few people have been asking me about via email, we are limited to the devices we own. Previously this meant the first revision of RM was developed exclusively for the 3GS with minimal testing on higher devices. Using the profits generated from RM so far, we've managed to cobble together enough to purchase a shiny new iPhone 5 which Alex is currently developing with. Now we have access to Evasi0n, I've jailbroken a friend's iPad which he is allowing me to test on, so now I can finally say that we officially support the iPad (and by association, the iPod Touch), as well as all of the iMessage compatible iPhones (3GS, 4, 4S and 5).
The next announcement will most likely be a release, we're looking forward to it.
tldr; Currently testing, everything works, supports 3GS -> iPad 3/iPhone 5 etc.