iOS and Mac mini and App Store

Jim Ault jimaultwins at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 8 14:03:21 CDT 2011


I really appreciate everyone's response to the situation.
The young guy decided to buy my Mac mini and go for it.

Thanks Colin, Bill, Mark

Jim Ault

On Oct 8, 2011, at 10:08 AM, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Jim,
>
> On 8 okt 2011, at 04:25, Jim Ault wrote:
>
>> I haev a buyer for one of my Mac mini computers running Leopard.
>> The buyer wants to build iPad apps with Livecode, but did not know  
>> about the developer requirements.
>>
>> I told him I would get the answers to
>> How much is the Apple developer cost
>
> $99
>
>> How long does it take to become one (hours, days)?
>
> Normally, up to one week. As a company, I had to send in some papers  
> and get a confirmation from Apple. This took me 2 weeks altogether  
> because it is slower if you have no fax (or refuse to use one).
>
>> Can you run the apps on your own iPad without the Apple Store  
>> approval?
>
> Yes, but not without the paid iOS developer account.
>
>>
>> Can you transfer your beta app to another users device ?
>
> Yes.
>
>>
>> Can you transfer your beta app to another users simulator ?
>
> No.
>
>>
>> His goal is to run a simple beta app on his bosses iPad next Wed.
>
> Won't happen. There's too much to figure out and set up.
>
>>
>> Thanks for helping me outline the process.
>
> Welome :-)
>
>
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>
> Mark Schonewille
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