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The Apple Developer Program License Agreement

That`s crazy. I just wanted to update my app, but I have to accept the license agreement for Apple`s development program: the problem is that I don`t know how to accept the agreements. Yes, I searched the forum. No, I don`t need to accept anything in iTunes Connect (Bank, Contracts..) – there is still an active framework contract. There is nothing to add. I have a red banner on my account and I can check the agreement. But there is nothing in the agreement or at the bottom to say: “Yes, I accept it” I encountered this problem when I signed up for itunes connect, but by visiting the developer`s site (same link as in the initial article), I was able to accept the agreement. To accept this agreement, the user must have accepted the license agreement for Apple`s Developer Program at the Member Center with the role of team agent. And at the bottom, there are written “Msater Agreements” in effect and there are a few buttons like install, edit, view and download links, but I can`t see an “I agree” button. Apple regularly releases new Apple Developer Program license agreements that all customers must accept. By not accepting the latest agreement, optix is not pushing updates to your apps as white label, such as new features and troubleshooting. To accept the latest agreement, please follow these steps: and here itunespartner.apple.com/en/apps/faq/Users%20and%20Roles_Overview To update your existing apps and send new apps to the App Store, the user must verify and accept the updated agreement in their account on the developer`s site with the “Legal” role (Team Agent). Note: This article is only relevant for customers who have white label apps.

I`m sorry, I didn`t want to be rude, but I feel lost and I don`t know what to do. Is there a solution? I experience the same thing here, two years later. How can you solve this problem? I am in the same difficulties. 😟 As you may have noticed, screenshots don`t seem to work. 🙂 The updated license agreement for the Apple Developer Program must be reviewed. I get an error message when I log in to my account (see screenshot). If it had been possible to check the box legally, I would have done so. But there is no option. Only the former team agent has the option, which cannot be changed It says “Request Amendments”, and there is a “Request” button. In “iTunes Connect,” tap “Users & Roles” on the “Rolls” page on the “?” next to “Roll.” It would seem that a person with “Admin” or “App Manager” can customize anyone`s roles. So try to activate the control box that gives you the “Legal” role. I almost said something that could be interpreted as rude or outright *** Probably way too late to help you, but I came across your contribution because I had the same problem.

It turned out that my ad blocker was on and preventing the page from being completely changed. Maybe it will help someone else. When I click on “Add New App”, the window appears: I want to show you what I see on the screen. Word to the wise, tho. This won`t be the last time the backend or process looks like playing the wumpus hunt. You`d think Apple treats it like a test, and if a developer can`t find out things out, they don`t want them to be involved. Can I bother you to describe the content of the error message in writing? The calendar of paid apps has been updated….