Create an App on App Store Connect

First we need to create an Apple App Id.

  1. Copy the App Package ID that you have just entered above and open the Apple Developer Portal.
  2. Click on “Account” and login when prompted.
  3. On the page that opens click on Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.
  4. In the panel on the left click App IDs under Identifiers
  5. Then click the + icon in the top right to add a new App ID.
  6. Proceed to fill in the requested details

    This is the name you will use to identify your new identifier in your account. It doesn’t need to match the name the app will have on the store as is just for internal use.


    Unless your app is going to be added to multiple teams, you should leave the default Team ID.

    App ID Suffix

    Select Explicit App ID
    Bundle ID: Paste in your App Package ID, that you entered in the 3D Issue submission page.

    App Services

    Keep the default options also selecting the following options: Push notifications, Associated Domains.

  7. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Continue.
  8. The next page to open allows you to review the information entered.

    Take a note of the full identifier value. You’ll need this later.

    Click Done.

Now create the app store listing.

Go to App Store connect and Sign in with your Apple ID and password.
Once logged in you should see a page similar to this.

Save often

Throughout iTunes Connect save options are available. Make sure to use those often to avoid losing work.

  1. Click on My Apps.
  2. In the page that opens click the + in the top left corner, then click on New App.
  3. A popup will open prompting you for various pieces of information.
    Select iOS under Platforms.
    Name – Enter your app name as you want it to display on the App Store. App Names should be unique.
    Primary Language – The primary language for your app’s audience
    Bundle ID – Select the app id you just created above.
    SKU – Copy the Identifier from when creating your app id. 
  4. Click Create
Updated on September 28, 2018

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