STEP 1     Login to the Apple developer account here.

STEP 2     Click on Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.


STEP 3     On the left side menu under IDENTIFIERS, click APP IDS.


STEP 4     The Registering an App ID screen will appear:

STEP 5     In the top part of the Registering an App ID under APP ID DESCRIPTION, specify YOUR APP NAME.

STEP 6  Under App ID Prefix, SELECT EXPLICIT APP ID.


STEP 7     For BUNDLE ID, specify your reverse-domain name string in the format as follows: com.domainname.appname

For instance, if your website was www.mywebsite.com, then your BUNDLE ID would be com.mywebsite.yourappname

IMPORTANT — If your website domain or app name starts with a number, then append a letter in front. For instance: www.123test.com would be www.a123test.com / for app name '123test' would be 'a123test'

In this scenario, your bundle ID would be com.a123test.a123test

If you have any special characters in your website url such as hyphens ( — ), then remove the hyphen. For instance, if your website says www.my-website.com, then it would be com.mywebsite.yourappname.

See the below SCREENSHOT.

STEP 8     Copy your APP BUNDLE ID and paste in your notes and Click CONTINUE.


STEP 9     Click REGISTER

CREATE YOUR APP PROJECT


STEP 12     Navigate to appstoreconnect.apple.com.


STEP 13     Click MY APPS and then click the + icon

STEP 14     Select the + sign and then click NEW APP

STEP 15     

— Select iOS
— Specify your APP NAME
— Primary Language
— Bundle ID
— For SKU type 123456
— For User Access select FULL ACCESS
— Click CREATE

STEP 16     Under My Apps > Click on the app that you just created.

STEP 17    Under IOS APP > click 1.0 Prepare for Submission and then scroll down and select EDIT for the RATING.




STEP 18    Fill in the questionnaire and select DONE


STEP 19     Navigate to your MyStudio Control Panel  >  Select My Account  >  Apple tab at the top  >  Developer Information  >  under STEP 2, specify your APP BUNDLE ID> Paste the copied bundled ID and click SAVE. ( The Bundle ID is case sensitive.)


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