Setting Up Your Apple Developer Account to Publish an iOS App

How to set up your Apple developer account and invite Eventsforce so that we can publish your app for the iOS app store.

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Written by Paul Thomson
Updated over a week ago

To publish your app for iOS devices, you must have an Apple Developer account. We will submit the app to Apple under your developer account. Here is how to enroll and invite our team.

Set Up Your Apple Developer Account

You must enroll in the Apple Developer program as an Organization (not as an Individual). To enroll in the Apple Developer program, you’ll need to set up an Apple ID with two factor authentication and pay a $99/year fee (Read More about Apple's two factor authentication here). You will also need to know your D-U-N-S number. You can find instructions for Apple's enrollment process here, and more on how to look up or get a D-U-N-S number here. If you’re a nonprofit or government agency, Apple may waive your fee.

After you complete the enrollment process, you will receive confirmation emails from Apple.

Invite Eventsforce to Submit Apps

The following steps will walk you through inviting the Eventsforce team to your Apple Developer account and App Store Connect account so that we can submit and manage your app on your behalf.


Add a new App Store Connect user:
First Name: Eventsforce
Last Name: Build


  • Under Roles, click the Admin role (check the box for “Admin.”) which allow us to manage your app end to end. If you prefer, you can instead give us the App Manager role, as long as you also give us access to Certificates as below.

  • Under Developer Resources, check the box for “Access to Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.” If this check box is not selected, we will not be able to deliver your app.

  • Click “Invite.”


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