The first type is called a Wildcard App ID. The wildcard portion of the string entered for Bundle ID is the asterisk character. All Wildcard App IDs must end with an asterisk, and an associated provisioning profile can be used to code sign any app whose Bundle ID is compatible with the wildcard string, such as: com.
Just so, what is iOS App ID?
An "App ID" is a unique identifier that iOS uses to allow your application to connect to the Apple Push Notification service, share keychain data between applications, and to communicate with external hardware accessories you wish to pair to your iOS application.
Likewise, what is an app bundle ID? A bundle ID or bundle identifier uniquely identifies an application in Apple's ecosystem. This means that no two applications can have the same bundle identifier. To avoid conflicts, Apple encourages developers to use reverse domain name notation for choosing an application's bundle identifier.
Moreover, how do I find my iOS App ID?
iOS. An iOS application's store ID number can be found in the iTunes store URL as the string of numbers directly after id . For Example, in https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/urbanspoon/id284708449 the ID is: 284708449 .
What is XC wildcard?
The app ID it created is called "XC Wildcard", but it's not a wildcard ID; it's set to the bundle identifier of the Xcode project. And the development profile it created is assigned to that app ID.
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