it helps some times I am trying to create an app that includes a functionality similar to Apple's Find my iPhone. I need to be able to get and display the location of all devices on the same Apple ID. Is there a way to achieve this either through some function or by getting the information using Apples Find My iPhone. , Is there a way to achieve this
help you fix your problem It seems that after nothing worked, i had to create a new app id, and new provisioning profile of course and rebuild. then create a new push certificate and everything works correctly again (so there was no server ban, only certificate revoking)
Can articles published to Apple News in Apple Native Format (ANF) include images from a URL?
like below fixes the issue I am creating Apple Native Format (ANF) documents to upload to Apple News. The examples in the documentation upload images in a "bundle", along with the requisite article.json file. These images are then referred to via a Bundle URL, e.g.: , Update: 19/05/2017 Referring to images by URL is now possible.
Website scales on Apple-devices but not on Android-devices
To fix this issue Since you were trying to make your website responsive to all devices, I putforth this information: Bootstrap is a front-end framework for designing websites and web applications. Using Bootstrap framework you can design websites that can work in all devices ranging from Desktops to Mobiles.
How to reset/remove apple developer team maximum devices without Apple Developer Membership
Hope this helps You don't need to do anything. Apple handles it all for you by associating your app bundle with the identity in the user's iCloud. If they run your app on another device that has the same iCloud account then they are not given an opportunity to create a new account when they use "Sign in with Apple" - They will simply be prompted to sign in with their existing account.