Go to the Apple Developer Program and sign up for an individual or organizational account.
Note that individual App Store Connect accounts take between 1-2 business days to be verified by Apple, while organizational accounts require extra verification to validate the organization's existence, which might take several weeks. Make sure to verify your account first, as you will not be able to proceed with the creation and publishing process.
From your app builder, go to the Build page and "click" IOS Setup.
Choose whether you’re an individual or an organization. Make sure to match your selection with your Apple Developer account enrollment, then click to start setting up.
Here are all the requirements you should fill out: That’s why we advise you to create your Apple developer account in the first place, as you’ll need to fill out these requirements from the account itself:
Then click Setup.
And now your iOS setup is complete.
Here are all the requirements you should fill out:
- Your Company Name
- Your Team Name
If your account choice is organizational, make sure to invite [email protected] as an App Manager in your Apple developer account so that nandbox can handle the technical aspects of publishing and leave you to configure the app logo and description.
Go to your Apple Store Connect account, and select "Users and Access".
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- Add a random first and last name.
- Add Email: [email protected]
- Mark 'App Manager'.
- Mark 'Access to Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles', and 'Create Apps' will be marked by default.
- Then, click 'Invite'.
Also, fill out these requirements:
- App Name
- App Icon
- Bundle ID
- App Store Name
Then click "Setup".
Now your App Info setup is also complete.
Now that your Apple Developer account is linked with your nandbox platform, make sure you install TestFlight on your device before building an IOS release. Now go back and build an IOS release.
Once the status is "published”, your app is automatically uploaded to TestFlight and ready for testing.
Updated 5 months ago