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CLLocationManager is missing a static property "AuthorizationStatus".
public static CLAuthorizationStatus AuthorizationStatus
var classHandle = (new Class("CLLocationManager")).Handle;
var selectorHandle = new Selector("authorizationStatus").Handle;
return (CLAuthorizationStatus)Messaging.int_objc_msgSend(classHandle, selectorHandle);
It's the Status property: http://iosapi.xamarin.com/index.aspx?link=P%3ACoreLocation.CLLocationManager.Status
I have checked this issue and I am also getting the same behavior.
When I check the definition "CLLocationManager" class in object browser I observed that the "AuthorizationStatus" property is missing. I have also observed that the "CLLocationManager" class contain a "status" property which has the same Implementation as "CLLocationManager".
I am not sure if "AuthorizationStatus" is renamed to "status". This needs developer confirmation if this property is renamed or missing from the "CLLocationManager" class.