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Xcode: Export an app to iOS 6 for Ad Hoc distribution
We have an app ready for market, iOS version 6.0. We need to upload it to the AppStore but our client doesn’t have an Apple developer account.
So, I need to export the app using iTunes to send him a adhoc version of our app.
How do I do that? I have Apple Developer account and my client has his own Apple ID. Can they export it using the iTunes using their own Apple ID?
I’m no expert in this field, but I think this is what you’re looking for:
First, make sure your Mac has the latest version of Xcode installed.
From Xcode, Open the Organizer.
Select your project, then select the Export menu item.
Select iOS Application.
Create your ad-hoc app in iTunes.
Send your.ipa file to your client.
Existing transmission and reception systems for wireless networks suffer from a well-known source of operational error—self interference. Such systems may not compensate for self interference and, thus, may experience degradation in the performance of the wireless link between an access point and a client device.
One type of network that suffers from self interference is an ad hoc network, which is a collection of wireless communication devices that are built and run with no infrastructure and so do not include a central base station. The ad hoc network may include access points (APs) and wireless clients that are wirelessly connected to one or more APs. The APs may wirelessly communicate with each other, and with the client devices connected to the APs. Such ad hoc networks may use a dynamic frequency selection (DFS) method, but are otherwise typically substantially similar to infrastructure-based wireless networks. However, ad hoc networks lack a central base station. Self interference in ad hoc networks may be especially problematic because a client device may be in close physical proximity to one or more APs that perform service or backhaul for that client device. Self interference may sometimes cause the client device to attempt to communicate using a transmission frequency that is already being used by one or more associated APs. Self interference may also cause a client device to continuously attempt to use a frequency that has recently been used by another client device in the vicinity. This may become problematic because