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Anyone Can Create an App: Beginning iPhone and iPad programming by Wendy L. Wise

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Appendix B. Running the app on your device

Do you want to see what your app looks like on your iPhone or iPad? Great—you’re definitely in the right place. The first thing to do is open Xcode Preferences and go to the Account tab. Sign in with your Apple ID (use the + button on the bottom left of the window). Once you sign in, Apple will retrieve your associated developer account(s) and display them on the right pane, as shown in figure B.1.

Figure B.1. Adding your account information into the Xcode Preferences > Account panel will show you which development teams are associated to your Apple ID.

If you signed up for a paid developer account, ...

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