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    Question How to submit a new version?

    Hi all!
    How do I submit a new version of an app made with MMF2?
    I mean, if I build a new Final XCode project, with a higher version than the previous one, does XCode recognizes it as an update of the previous version and not as a brand new application?
    Thank you in advanced!

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    Change your version. Add a new version in iTunes connect and voila.

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    Don't forget to add a new certificate

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    Thank you both, I did it!
    I've used the same certificate of the previous version though. Did I have to create a new one?

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    You don't need a new Provisioning/Distro certificate for a new version. The only time you need a new certificate is:

    1. The old one expires or the developer cert expires/renews
    2. You add/remove a new device to testing
    3. You manually invalidate the prior certificate

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    Since the developer cert is only valid for a year, does this affect apps listed in the store or only when we want to update them?

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    No, but if you don't renew your developer account your apps will disappear.

    https://developer.apple.com/support/...-renewals.html

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    I see, thanks. Well, this cleans the store from abandoned stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    You don't need a new Provisioning/Distro certificate for a new version. The only time you need a new certificate is:

    1. The old one expires or the developer cert expires/renews
    2. You add/remove a new device to testing
    3. You manually invalidate the prior certificate
    Thanks for the clarification!

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