APNS Certificates Without a Developer Membership?

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Hi All,

To play with Mobile Device Management, you need an Apple Push Notification Service certificate. And to get one of those, you've always needed a paid membership in the iOS Developer Program. Until now, it seems.

Check this out: https://identity.apple.com/pushcert/

If this is true, it would be great news!

(It seems you can also manage the APNS certs that you got when using Apple Profile Manager).

Cheers,
Oliver

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MC_AirWatch

Joined: Sep 4, 2011

Apple APNS changes

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Hello Oliver,
You are correct there are some great changes for organizations who need the APNS. Here is a good summary / tutorial of the new process:
http://www.air-watch.com/platforms/iphone/apple-apns.html
-Matt

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