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HERE is Apple's page on this. In particular: create a new Apple ID without a credit card or other payment method. also: remove the payment method from an already existing Apple ID. and: what to do if "none" isn't showing, or you can't select it.


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You can expedite your reviews number of times , but remember that you should have strong reason for it like time sensitive event of app or critical bug fixing


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No you dont need to re-upload binary go into test flight section & switch off testflight testing. After this you can release that version.


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No Apple doesn't review apps in Christmas vacation. From Apple's Developer News and Update site: iTunes Connect Holiday Shutdown December 8, 2014 As a reminder, iTunes Connect will shut down December 22-29 for the winter holidays. If you plan to schedule app releases or price changes to take place during this time, make sure these changes are ...


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The app store dialog that is titled "Sign in to iTunes Store" is worded slightly ambiguously. The last sentence reads (for example:) `Enter the password for "youremail@yahoo.com". You are not being asked here for the password to your yahoo account. You are being asked for the password for your appleId that uses "youremail@yahoo.com" as it's username.


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Password is always needed for the first time after a restart, first time in the App Store etc, after that it will accept the fingerprint, so long as you have that switched on - Settings > Touch ID… > [passcode] > use touchID for…


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This is what apple wrote in the mail do developers: As a reminder, from Monday, December 22, through Monday, December 29, 2014, iTunes Connect, Application Loader, and iTunes Connect for iOS won’t be available. During this time, you won’t be able to submit new apps, app updates, or In-App Purchases. You also won’t be able to access iTunes Connect or ...


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iTunes connect is shut down for the holidays. Just because there are new posting on appreviewtimes.com doesn't necessarily mean the apps were just reviewed. Could be from the weekend.


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If you hit the "share" button (if I'm calling it that correctly, it looks like a square with an arrow pointing up from it). One of the options is "gift".


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I did no have the same problem, but I also had to verify my payment details. I contacted apple support about this problem. They told me that I have to edit my apple id address via apple.com I made a little change in my address and saved it. Than i restored my address like it was before. When I want to download an app now, it wasn't a problem. It could be ...


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Grgarside, I hate to say this but no, the transaction doesn't take place at the moment you authenticate it. They let you download the app, sure, but they don't take any money out of your account. They make you wait a week until they take it, and I'm wondering the same thing the person asking the question is, as I "bought" multiple apps when I had money in my ...


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there are no limits to how many app reviews you can ask to be expedited.


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According to an email from Apple today, 64-bit support will soon be required in new iOS apps and app updates. Feb. 1, 2015: New Apps June 1, 2015: App Updates Dear Developer, As we announced in October, beginning February 1, 2015 new iOS apps submitted to the App Store must include 64-bit support and be built with the iOS 8 SDK. Beginning June 1, ...


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Take a look at AppCorner you find deals for Mac App Store and much more if you are a developer.


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Take a look at AppCorner you find price drops and much more if you are a developer.


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AppCorner.it , and if you are a developer you can create your site with price drops using public API.


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The latest version might be for iOS 8 only. A sensible precaution would be to trigger the old version to launch rather than download something which would break on your out of date OS. Updating to iOS 8.1 would be the best fix.


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I signed out of my Apple ID as well, then signed back in without changing anything. I was then prompted to update my credit card info. After that it worked!


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See the topic I mentioned earlier and search on the page for 'collection of widgets' but here are a few widgets in the App Store which contain multiple widget in one app and work on the Notification Center for iOS8 or higher devices: Widgets Pro Wdgts Widget Vidgets Widgets Pro OneWidget Widgets. My Widgets Widgets - Calculator, Currency and Calendar


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There are multiple widgets only app out there see also the major widget topic at MacRumors Forum (especially the topic start post). There are also quite a few there which contain various widgets in one app.


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I have resolve the issue by following way. The project i have download from the internet don't have the executable file in info.plist which should be there and its value should be this ${EXECUTABLE_NAME}. Instead of this value it consist some different value. So i have changed it ${EXECUTABLE_NAME} this value then clean->build->run successfully.


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I think when you upload an application, App Store save the version of the app, for example - Version 1.0 for iOS 7. And when you update the app to 2.0( for example ), and this version is for iOS 8, the user that use iOS 7 ( like iPhone 4 ) it will get a message like this


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Check the following break-downs to see exact transactions. How much is your app price? As you can see only one paid version was sold. The other two were free.


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Absolutely. They will report and provide a way to export that date each individual sale or in-app purchase. So you will be able to break it down by app, by country, by time etc.


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Not being part of the Mac development program or iOS development program, I have never used iTunes Connect, but just off the top of my head it wouldn't make any sense if Apple was not reporting sales by individual app. The short answer is yes, they do. There is a guide available here that details the information provided in Sales Reports. There is also ...


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Yes, if you have a paid developer account you can create signed IPAs which can be installed on the device remotely, or you can use TestFlight. If you don't have a paid developer account but your device is jailbroken you can install unsigned IPAs. Note that this doesn't include debugging which can't be done remotely.


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Transfers cannot be made from one Apple ID to another Apple ID. Although you can switch the store region preference for your Apple ID to select different regions and download the region specific applications. Use this guide to change the region/store.


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I solved the problem by connecting my iPhone to my Mac. Then I started iTunes and synchronized.


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Yes. This kind of 'donation' IAP is fine and approved by Apple. For an example of an app which uses this, see Pedometer++ (an app promoted by Apple on numerous occasions) which uses three donation IAPs of different values to allow users more control over the quantity of their donation—also allowed.                                  


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Turns out, iCloud Drive (or a related service) messed up my Apple ID in some way. I signed out of my Apple ID, performed a password reset, and signed in using the new password. Now everything seems to work fine.


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Most apps with in-app purchases have the ability to redownload those purchases if, for instance, you delete the app & need to reinstall it, or if you are loading the app on another device with the same AppleID. Below, the Restore Purchase button in GarageBand which allows me to download loops I have purchased:



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