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UnicornInvasionUnicornInvasion Posts: 301Member
edited March 2012 in Non-GS Game News
How long does it usually take to get accepted to iOS Dev Center?

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  • JohnPapiomitisJohnPapiomitis Posts: 6,256Member
    edited March 2012
    You mean when you pay the $99 dollars? A couple hours usually.

    Also just so you know the name on the dev account has to match the name on the credit card you pay with exactly.

    cheers
  • UnicornInvasionUnicornInvasion Posts: 301Member
    Oh I betta check that! What happens if I did it wrong?
  • UnicornInvasionUnicornInvasion Posts: 301Member
    I put a W in the middle of the name for the middle name?
  • UnicornInvasionUnicornInvasion Posts: 301Member
    I put a W for the middle name
  • calvin9403calvin9403 Posts: 3,190Member
    mine always took 2 days for some reason
  • UnicornInvasionUnicornInvasion Posts: 301Member
    Ok Thank You!
  • UnicornInvasionUnicornInvasion Posts: 301Member
    It still has not come through after 24 hours
  • RPRP Posts: 1,990Member
    edited March 2012
    Did you register as an individual or a company? Companies tend to take longer.

    There are many things that could have hung up the process, but really, you are going into a weekend so expect delays. :(

    Look at it this way, if your games are not ready to publish/test yet, there is no need for your Apple iOS developer account to be active. Nothing keeping you from working in the GameSalad SDK. There is next to nothing that you will need from Xcode and current pending iOS registration, unless you are needing to test via the GameSalad viewer.
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