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Setting up a Apple Developer Account

  1. Make sure you have an Apple ID or Create One
    If you already have an apple ID then you can use that. Though we recommend you use a business Apple ID as the name used for First and Last Name will be visible in the app store.
  2. Setup Two Factor-Authentication
    Heres a link from Apple with more information and how to setup Two Factor Authentication. 
    Note:This step has to be completed to proceed with the Apple Developer Account.

    - Setup For IOS Device

    - Setup for Windows PC

  3. Go to https://developer.apple.com/enroll/ and click on “Start Your Enrollment"

  4. Sign in using an existing Apple ID. If you do not have an Apple ID, click ‘Create Apple ID’ to create one

  5. Read through the agreement, check the checkbox confirming that you’ve read it, then click submit.

  6. Confirm that your email address, name, and Country location is correct, then select one of the options from the Entity Type drop-down.
    Important Note: The Developer name listed on the  App Store is based on the First and Last Name filled in the Apple ID form.

  7. Enter in your contact information.

  8. Read the Apple Developer Program License Agreement.
    Check the box confirming that you’ve read it, then click Continue. Make sure that the Apple ID information, entity type, and contact information are all correct, then click Continue.

  9. Automatic Renewal is optional…
    …but if you’d like to not worry about renewing your plan each year, feel free to check the box. Then click Purchase to move onto paying for your developer account.

  10. On the next page, sign in with your Apple ID.

  11. Fill in your billing information then click Continue to finalize your payment.

  12. Finish filling out the rest of the information on the rest of the screens.
    Within 24 hours, Apple should send you an email confirming that your Apple Developer Account has been created successfully.

  13. Set us up as a Trusted Device

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