The Apple Developer Program License Agreement Has Been Updated Contact

and here First, we receive an email if a team has to accept the new conditions. If you log in, you`ll see a yellow banner, and it`s going to stay like this somewhere for ten days to two weeks? Not sure, b/c I just learned this last time updating. After this window, the account is blocked and we cannot create certificates, profiles, etc. until the terms are accepted. At this point, this yellow banner is now red and access to the .apps property triggers an exception. My Xcode has been automatically updated, I get this error: Thanks for reporting this problem. This error often indicates that the program license agreement was not agreed on the developers` website. Please ask the account holder to verify the current agreement at: If this has already been agreed or if no warning appears on this page, please let us know.

That`s crazy. I just wanted to update my app, but I have to accept the licensing agreement for Apple`s development program: Click above the “Check summary” button, read and accept the updated license agreement When I log in to my Dev account, I get a banner with the words “The updated Apple Developer Program License Agreement needs to be verified. To update your existing apps and send new apps to the App Store, the account holder must verify and accept the updated agreement. So you basically need a feature to see if a new agreement should be accepted without really making any changes to an application? Sign in to your Apple developer account To access certain affiliate resources, you must accept the latest license agreement. You must first update the mobile phone number associated with your Apple ID. Your mobile phone number should be based on your country/region. Change this number in the Account section and return to your developer account to continue. It`s true. We publish white label applications for our customers and we need a way to find out if that customer needs to accept the new agreement so we can update its application. I ran on this problem when I signed up for itunes connect, but by visiting the developer site (same link as in the original article), I could accept the deal. We need a way to go through all the teams we`ve joined and say whether each team has to accept the new conditions.

One thing we`ve learned is that once an App Store Connect account is blocked, so if you try to access the app board in the spaceship, it will trigger an error. In fact, we have used only one Begin/Rescure to determine if the account is blocked and must accept an updated license. There are a number of applications that trigger an exception when accessing, here is an example of our code: this problem is automatically closed, because there is no activity for a few months.