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We provide the properly-spelled DidChangeUserTrackingMode, so I think we should mark DidChageUserTrackingMode as obsolete.
It's a method in a *Delegate so we cannot change it's signature, nor really add a new one, and that's why there's no [Obsolete].
Now `DidChageUserTrackingMode` only exists in classic (monotouch.dll) and not in unified (Xamarin.iOS.dll).
void DidChangeUserTrackingMode (MKMapView mapView, MKUserTrackingMode mode, bool animated);
void DidChageUserTrackingMode (MKMapView mapView, MKUserTrackingMode mode, bool animated);
#endif // XAMCORE_2_0
It's likely your documentation tool is merging both assemblies - which means `DidChageUserTrackingMode` is exposed, at least doc-wise (but not to the developer, e.g. code completion).