We've done preliminary testing on the upcoming Apple iOS 13 release using the "gold master" which is the initial release going out to the public on September 19th and our tests show both APDL and Logbook Pro are iOS 13 compatible. APDL has a few very minor layout issues which we will soon fix with footer text and the top bar where the clock and network info is located is black. Other than that we see no issues in the functionality or operation of the app that would prevent anyone from upgrading to iOS 13.
If you find any issues please include screenshots and submit a support ticket via our help desk.
iOS 13 is a GO!
It's actually not as bad as you describe. I run Windows full screen on my iMac and it's a simple two finger swipe to go between Mac OX and Windows which gives me the best of both worlds. I personally use VMWare Fusion 7 and have also used boot camp but do not have experience with Parallels desktop. Boot camp would require a reboot to switch to either OS but would eliminate the small cost of VMWare. Give it a try, it works great.
Using Windows within Mac is slow and clunky. Using bootcamp is not as nice as you describe so I subscribe to Paralells Desktop, Eventually you have to upgrade that to keep up. Eventually I will have to Buy a new Windows version to keep up. All of this costs money. I would rather buy a version of LBP that ran on my Mac - I would think NC Software would rather receive my money than Microsoft and Paralells.