Issue:

1. You're device is running iOS 7 and so, any apps you deploy to it have to be deployed from Xcode 5.
2. You have a project that you'd like to run that has a target SDK of iOS 6. This project uses things like the camera or microphone that have to be tested on a real device?

Xcode 5 only ships with support for iOS 7 targets. Blah. But, you can add support for earlier targets if you can get your hands on those earlier SDKs.

I needed iOS 6 to run the PhotoPicker sample project on my device. I found that in my Xcode 4 installation at

/Applications/Xcode4.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneOS6.1.sdk

Copy that into the same directory for you Xcode 5 installation and you're off.

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