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Submitting to the App Store

Note

While I’ve walked you through building a version of the City Guide application that is ready to be submitted to the App Store, you should not actually go ahead and submit it. The App Store might start to look a bit odd if every reader of this book did that.

Log in to the iTunes Connect site, and click the Manage Your Applications button and then the Add New Application button.

If this is the first time you’ve submitted an application to iTunes Connect, you’ll be asked what primary language you will be using to enter your applications to the store. You’ll then be asked what company or developer name you want displayed on the App Store for all your applications. Both your primary language and your company name cannot be changed, so choose carefully. You won’t be asked these questions again the next time you submit an application to the store.

You’ll then be asked whether your application uses encryption. If your application includes any encryption code, you may have to fill out some forms to comply with U.S. commercial encryption export controls.

Next, you’ll be asked to provide information about your application:

Application name and application description

The application display name and description will appear as is on the iTunes App Store. You do not have to use the same name for the application as you used for your project binary or bundle display name. However, it should be related to the display name, or this might form grounds for rejection by the ...

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