Is possible to publicate the application in app store with hackintosh?


#1

Hello people!

I’m using HACKINTOSH to publish my application in the app store, I was able to build the build and emulate with xcode perfectly, everything working!

My question is to know about publishing in the app store, I already have a developer account in the app store, I would like to know if it is possible to PUBLISH the app in APP STORE with HACKINTOSH and if I will have any kind of problem regarding license?

Thanks!


#2

You should be fine.

Alternatively, take a look at this:


#3

Then I guess you can install VMWare on Windows to use Hackintosh?
That solves a problem for Windows users who want to publish an iOS app.
I was thinking about buying a small & old mackbook for compiling iOS app on Ionic.


#4

Thanks for answering.

Building the build and emulating is working! My question would be regarding the process of publishing in the app store, referring to the license using a hackintosh.


#5

a working & legal 2010 MacBook costs only $79 (include free shipping) now by the way:

I think this can still build an iPA file and publish on apple store.


#6

Hi @victormagalhaespache, Yes of course you can publish your App just follow the instuctions right Here.

I use Sierra in virtual machine and i published my app 3 months aggo in the app store and everything worked fine.


#7

Was your hackintosh or was it the mac running on a VM with the license?


#8

No i had no license i just found a tutorial in youtube i installed mac Sierra on vmWareWorkstation i installed Xcode. i have a developper account so i followed the instructions from the ionic’s official doc and everything worked fine


#9

Thanks man!

Thanks for answering!