On Sep 22, 2016, at 05:24 , Roland King <r...@rols.org> wrote:
> I was reading a review of MacOS Sierra and it was claiming that Developer ID
> signed, non mac-appstore apps now have access to more of iCloud than they did
> previously, however it wasn’t very clear about exactly what those available
> entitlements are.
According to “Platforms State of the Union” at WWDC 2016, iCloud is now
available for developer ID apps. Not “more of iCloud”, just iCloud.
I don’t know if there’s a list of what was changed, but if you want to find out
which entitlement-based capabilities are allowed for a given target, select the
project item in the Xcode navigator, select the target, select the Capabilities
tab, and expand the descriptions of the entitlements. The ones that require MAS
Developer ID distribution does not support this capability.
At present, the only ones that say this are Game Center and In-App Purchase.
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