Setting up your Apple Developer Account

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Once upon a time, all the Appmiral applications were submitted under our own Apple Developer Account. Apple has always been notorious in reviewing apps very thoroughly, yet in 2017 they decided to change the playing fields. An earthquake started in Cupertino hit the entire developer community …

We’re talking about the now infamous App Store Guideline 4.2.6 that was updated, which will result in a lot more individuals and organizations having to create their own App Store (developer) account.

 

4.2.6 Apps created from a commercialized template or app generation service will be rejected unless they are submitted directly by the provider of the app’s content. These services should not submit apps on behalf of their clients and should offer tools that let their clients create customized, innovative apps that provide unique customer experiences. Another acceptable option for template providers is to create a single binary to host all client content in an aggregated or “picker” model, for example as a restaurant finder app with separate customized entries or pages for each client restaurant, or as an event app with separate entries for each client event.

 

The Appmiral framework is modular solution consisting of over 30 different building blocks. Every app we make is unique, not only by design but in 90% of the cases even in functionality. Nevertheless, Apple sees us an app generation service meaning each client will need to publish its app under his own Apple Developer Account. To be honest, this is the only right approach as well.

 

1 problem to tackle then … how to set it up?!
Let our manual be your guide in Apple’s sea of configuration.

 

 

 

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