9 To Mac states this clearly:
To download OS X Server, developers should access the iOS or Mac developer portal to retrieve an App Store redemption code.
If you have iOS development program go to:
Click Get download code
Redeem the code
Download your free version of OS X Server 3.0.3
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I talked to Apple Support on the phone. They directed me to visit the url:
Under "Account Settings", click "Shipping and billing".
This brings you to a much older Apple website, still styled with aqua controls!
I was able to add a new credit ...
Free developer membership apps require resigning to be functional after 7 days.
Paid developer membership apps expire after 1 year. You can also submit an app for testing to TestFlight which signs apps for 90 days. You can purchase a developer membership at https://developer.apple.com
If your device is jailbroken, you can resign your apps with a free ...
As mentioned on iTunes Connect:
To setup a new bank account on iTunes Connect, take the following steps:
Access the Contracts, Tax and Banking module
Click on either the "Set Up" or “View/Edit” link in the Bank Info column
Click on the "Add Bank Account" link
Select your bank country and click "Next"
Enter the relevant bank code (local ...
You need to be a registered developer agreeing to the license agreements AND your device needs to be registered as a development device.
As always, there are ways around this, but that is illegal. Torrent sites sometimes offer the software and in the comments developers offer to register your device as a development device. But these developers are at ...
Xcode 6 currently requires an active iOS or Mac Developer Program membership, available from developer.apple.com/programs, as Xcode 6 and Swift is not publicly available yet. Once Xcode 6 is out of beta / prerelease anyone should be able to download it from the MAS, but that is speculation based on past experience and not something Apple has announced.
I found the solution:
My Apps -> Click on on the app -> Pricing
Choose the Price Tier and dates and Save.
The status of the app immediately changes from Pending Contract to Ready for Sale.
Still not clear why I had to redo it.
Xcode 7 and iOS 9 allow users to compile and install apps on personal devices without paying for an Apple developer license:
Now everyone can get their app on their Apple device.
Xcode 7 and
Swift now make it easier for everyone to build apps and run them
directly on their Apple devices. Simply sign in with your Apple ID,
and turn your idea ...
If you have already successfully redeemed your code:
Go to the Purchased Tab of the Mac App Store.
Click the Download button on the 10.12 Developer Preview listing.
It is the same process as re-downloading anything from the Mac App Store.
You need to assign the user the Developer role before you can give access to Developer Resources. You do that by checking the "Developer" checkbox in your screenshot.
Note that if you have enrolled as an Individual, as opposed to as an Organization, you’ll not be able to add additional developers - and this you cannot give others access to the Developer ...
Since Lion, the developer program issues its beta seeds of the OS using the Mac App Store. You get a code in the developer portal which is redeemed in the Mac App Store. You can redeem this code on any Apple ID. It does NOT need to be the Apple ID that you signed up with on the dev portal. Once the final release is out, the beta seed in your App Store is ...
From this Apple FAQ :
What happens if I do not renew my iOS Developer Program membership?
Once your membership expires, your apps will no longer be available on
the App Store and you will lose the ability to submit new apps. You
will lose access to pre-release software, the Apple Developer Forums,
Developer Technical Support, and the ...
Without a Mac/iOS Developer account you won't:
get access to OS X betas
be able to publish your apps on the Mac App Store
be able to code sign your OS X / iOS apps.
Code signing is needed if you want to run apps with Gate Keeper enabled.
There is no discount if you enroll in both developer programs.
Apple's developer accounts are unified, so there’s no difference if you want to develop for macOS or iOS or tvOS or watchOS. One fee gets you code signing for all and access to the paid stores if you wish.
Before the unification, If you were an iOS developer, nothing that you did on the iOS side changed when you subsequently enrolled for Mac development.
No, you can't change the payment threshold. It'll always be either $10 USD (if your currency is supported by Apple), or $150 USD (if it's not).
Source: iTunes Connect > Resources and Help > Getting Paid
When will I be paid?
Payments are made within 45 days of the last day of the month in which
book purchases were made. To receive payment, you must ...
Apple makes an API call to D&B to look up DUNS numbers, so it's basically instantaneous. It's pretty clear from the wording of the response that Apple isn't the hang up here.
When DUNS is already set - registration takes me a day or so typically to enter everything in Apple - see that the API call matches - clear up any issues with zip code or business ...
There isn't a hard and fast rule, or many convincing arguments in either direction. However, if you eventually want to make money or work with others, or in general grow in that direction, you may find that the ability to keep your personal and work stuff separate to be helpful.
A simple example may be that you have personal pictures on iCloud associated ...
This problem happened as the iOS 6 beta 4 expired today, so all devices that were running that version of iOS will need to be updated to the non-beta version. As iTunes and iOS don't see a difference between the two (as they're both called simply "6.0"), this update needs to be done manually, with the following steps:
Download the appropriate version of iOS ...
There is a very nice site that publicly calls out changes to Apple's developer terms.
Before them, I've not seen anyone that provides these publicly, so I've resorted to saving the PDF to a folder every time I'm prompted that there is a change. I just append the YYYYmmDD of the agreement to the file name so I ...
The best manner to accomplish this is to contact Apple Developer Program Support directly.
You can find their phone number and initiate a support ticket from this web page:
I have found them to be expert at getting you the information you need to effect a smooth and orderly transition and help you from registering ...
Yes - the same videos that were presented on the iOS app are available as video downloads. All recent WWDC content is posted for anyone to download with no developer account needed:
The 2014 content is available for download in HD/SD and PDF format for almost all the recent sessions. The metadata in terms ...
Here's the info from Apple Dev Page:
If I am enrolled as an individual, can I change to a company membership?
Yes. To convert your iOS Developer Program membership from an individual to a company, please contact us. You can make this change only if you are the founder/co-founder of the company. As part of the conversion process, you may be asked to ...
The $99 fee is only if you want to publish apps to the App Store. You can download all the latest release versions of the development tools and create your own apps without paying anything.
The Development account also allows you access to the private beta versions of Apple's operating systems and development tools, so if you wanted the latest beta of ...
You can't enroll for multiple years at one time. You can only enroll 1 year at a time. You can read more about renewing your membership here.
You can sign-up for automatic renewal, if you're worried about forgetting to renew. Just go to your Membership page and check the box for Auto-Renew Membership.
There are no other paid apps given away for free to members.
However, you should be aware that various services/features of the developer membership such as support requests and the ability to generate secure certificates, are things that would otherwise cost money.
In terms of other perks: beta ...
The short answer is once you are a paid developer, you have paid support from developer relations. I can't imagine apple would offer anyone an unofficial or cursory "you're good" without seeing the app
The good news is Apple now has clearly worded and very specific public guidance on what app review considers and specific items relating to safety.
I think you have some things mixed up:
The developer agreement is between Apple and the seller of the app (free apps are also regarded as being sold on the App Store). It is not between Apple and whomever actually makes the app.
If you're an individual making and selling an app, you need an "Individual" account with Apple. The name of the seller on the App ...
Based on the feedback you got, Apple is stating you've violated section 5.2.1 which deals with intellectual property rights.
The applicable part of this section is:
Apps should be submitted by the person or legal entity that owns or has licensed the intellectual property and other relevant rights and is responsible for offering any services provided by ...