Creating Your Apple Developer Account
How to Set Up Your Apple Developer Account
Apple has (yet again) changed its policies regarding mobile app submissions. All Companies, Organizations, and Individuals are now required to have their own Apple Developer Account ($99 per year + tax) to publish or update their app. Sorry for any inconveniences this may have caused but this is beyond our control and we can no longer publish and/or update our clients’ apps through our company account. The good news is that the process is very simple. To set up your Apple Developer Account, follow the steps below:
1. To set up your Apple Developer Account, you will need an Apple ID account. Click here create your Apple ID.
2. If you already have an Apple ID account you would like to use, click the link below and read Apple’s “What You Need To Enroll” article. Once you determine the Entity for your account, click on the blue “Start Your Enrollment” button located at the bottom of the article. Follow the prompts and provide the necessary information. (*Note: If you do not have a D-U-N-S® Number, for the “Entity Type” you can select “Individual / Sole Proprietor / Single Person Business.”) You’ll need to provide basic contact information to proceed to checkout.
3. Once you have set up your developer account, we will need your Apple ID email, password, and security questions to publish your mobile app and/or make future updates. We are in the process of migrating all of our clients’ apps to their own Apple Developer Account. We can set up your Apple Developer Account up for a $100 fee plus $99 (the cost for your yearly developer account). To begin the process, fill out the form below: