How To Submit An Application Update Via Xcode 6 & New iTunes Connect



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27 thoughts on “How To Submit An Application Update Via Xcode 6 & New iTunes Connect”

  1. Hello, you’re video helped for my future updates but I wanted to ask. How can I do live updates? For example in the app it says 4 in stock remaining and once someone purchase via calling method only I want to change that to 3. How can I do that? Do you know any videos on anywhere I can find that?
    Thank you so much and great video!

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  2. Paul, I am having some difficulties understanding the process. I created a sticker set, uploaded it to App store, it got approved and went on sale, but now I would like to release a new version and I can't figure out whether I start a new project in xCode or open the old one and edit it (turn it into a new release). I also don't see an option in xCode to change signing from development to production, it just shows me an option to pick myself as a development team. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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  3. can u make a video on how to upload to appstore on the lates version: Mac OS Sierra
    because its not working for me and i have the lates versi0n plz?

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  4. Hi Paul, I really like your videos. I learned a lot from them. I wanted to update my app as you show, but I could not continue because I get this error when submitting it:

    ERROR ITMS-90174: “Missing Provisioning Profile – Apps must contain a provisioning profile in a file named embedded.mobileprovision.”

    Do you know what is it about? or how can I solve it? I've already searched in Google, but can't find a suitable answer.
    Thanks mate!

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  5. Total Bummer

    Thank you for taking the time to make this video. 🙂

    I wish that ther was XCODE 8 & IOS 10 version of this because following these steps (to the letter) it broke my provisioning profiles 6-ways to Sunday and two days later of learning Xcode 8 from scratch my build fails EVERYtime. Itunes connect can see my app but refuses to upload it because of BUILD FAILS.

    Ps. I am trying to upload to my Company's Apple developer Profile not as the individual developer listed in my company's team.

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  6. actual my only question is under providing profile you changed to Tom Flahan production. For me nothing pops up as production . What else should I use or where do I find the correct pop up to use.

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  7. Hi

    I have Xcode 7.2

    I did like what did but it's said submit with Xcode 5.1.1 or later
    What is this problem please ?

    Thank you

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  8. Hi,
    first of all congrats for this video.

    My scenario is this, i have a stable version of my app, i would like to update a new version but also to be able to restore the previous version. Is it possible? i mean if i have 2 versions as for example 1.0.0 and 1.0.1 and i release the second one is it possible to go back and release the version 1.0.0 from iTunes Connect? I think this was not possible with the previous iTunes Connect's versions.

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  9. At the end, instead of undoing all the build settings, you could just do a `git reset –hard` to go back to the Release commit

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