Hey guys, I am looking to test my game on my ipod. I have two questions concerning this procces: 1. Can you test your game on your ipod (other than using remote app - so putting a build of the game on your ipod) with the 30 day unity trial? 2. Can you develope games/ test them on your ipod with the "apple developer" license instead of the "IOS developer program" license?
You get Xcode and sdk and it seems it is the same but with less features.. However I haven't been able to access the provisioning Portal? Any ideas are warmly welcomed, although I have the annoying feeling I might have to get the dev program license(don't really have an extra £100 a year..) ;(
asked Dec 29 '11 at 07:20 PM
A1. Yes, you can get your game running on an ipod with the 30-day evaluation version.
A2. You certainly used to be able to. Looking at the Apple site today, it appears that the free version only let you use the simulator.
answered Dec 29 '11 at 09:55 PM
Graham Dunnett ♦♦
Yes it is true that you would have to set all this up. First thing you'll have to pay the $100 to apple.
Second you must have Unity iPhone Basic.
Thus minimum cost if you do everything legally- $500
Xcode is free and you can test on the iPhone simulator even without the developer ID but it is highly recommeneded not to test Unity games on Simulator. Though you can configure the settings.
Anyways without Unity iOS license you cannot export your project to Xcode so I'm just sorry.
-Rishab An Apple App Developer. :)