Our first app was submitted to Apple for app store approval today. Apple has said most apps are approved in a week or less, so we’ll be watching the clock closely. As soon as it’s approved we’ll be posting an app page for it with links to the App Store.
Level Up Development Apple Developer
After programming on the iPhone simulator for months, we’ve finally set up our developer credentials in Xcode to allow testing on a real iPhone. Setting the developer certificate in our code was more difficult than Apple’s easy tutorial. It may have been the interaction with our recent upgrade to Xcode 4. Now that’s done and we can load it up for tests. Fortunately there aren’t any differences between how it was running on the simulator to the iPhone.
Web Development Domain registry
Finding an available domain name is harder than you might think. iLevelUpApps.com gets the point across. We develop iOS apps by Level Up. As an approved Apple Developer with a registered web domain, we’re finally ready to polish off our first app and submit it to the App Store. One step at a time…
Level Up Development Apple development
Well, after a lengthy approval process to become an Apple Developer, we’re finally on board. It wasn’t that difficult, but they did need to verify our articles of organization and verify our contact info. Next we’ll be preparing our first app for submittal to the app store. Stay tuned!