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#1 Posted : Sunday, October 20, 2019 11:35:09 AM(UTC)
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iOS app signing profiles and builds

In order to run an app on an iOS device, the app needs to be signed. There are four kinds of signing profiles:

Developer - allows running on devices listed in the signing profile, with debug permissions
Ad-hoc - allows running on devices listed in the signing profile. You would typically use Ad-hoc for Testflight.
App store - allows running on any device, but only after it is re-signed by Apple
Enterprise - allows running on any devices owned by your organization (requires Enterprise developer account)

Debug - debug build, developer signing
Release - release build, developer signing
AdHoc - release build, ad-hoc signing. You would typically use Ad-hoc for Testflight.
AppStore - release build, app store signing


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