The Universal App Quick Start Program includes all the tools, resources, and support you need to build next-generation Universal apps, optimize apps built with Mac Catalyst, and test iPhone and iPad apps on an Apple Silicon Mac.
For software and applications that are downloaded from places other than the Mac App Store, developers can get a Developer ID certificate and submit their software for notarization by Apple. Digitally signing software with a unique Developer ID and including a notarization ticket from Apple lets Gatekeeper verify that the software is not known malware. Build your future. Whether you’re just entering the workforce or you‘re an experienced developer or entrepreneur, take advantage of free resources to gain skills that help you succeed in Apple’s growing app economy, which provides millions of jobs in technology across the globe.
What’s included in the program.
With exclusive access to a Mac Developer Transition Kit with Apple Silicon, a comprehensive set of resources, and one-on-one technical support, you’ll have everything you need to get your Universal apps ready before Apple Silicon Macs become available to customers.
Beta Software and Tools
Gain full access to the beta software and tools required to develop Universal apps for Apple Silicon Macs, including beta versions of Xcode and macOS.
Developer Transition Kit (DTK)
Get exclusive access to a Mac Developer Transition Kit with Apple Silicon for developing and testing your Universal apps.
Learn how to take your apps to the next level with technical insights, best practices, and code-level guidance directly from Apple experts.
Ask questions and connect with Apple engineers and other members of the Universal App Quick Start Program.
Request code-level support from technical support engineers who can help troubleshoot your code. Three technical support incidents are included.
View videos and documentation, including API reference and articles, on developing and testing Universal apps.
Now accepting applications.
Submit a brief application for an opportunity to join the program. Selected developers will receive a link to order the Universal App Quick Start Program from the online Apple Store. Priority will be given to applicants with an existing macOS application, as availability is limited.Apply now
To be eligible to apply, you must be an Account Holder of the Apple Developer Program and located in one of the following countries or regions:
- China mainland
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Puerto Rico
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
As part of the program, you’ll have limited access to a Developer Transition Kit (DTK), which will be shipped to you, for developing and testing your Universal apps. The DTK is owned by Apple and must be returned.
For full details, see the Universal App Quick Start Program terms and conditions.
Symptom(s): You installed an application in Mac OSX, but unable to launch or open it. This message appears when you do:
“NameOfApp.app” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.
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Your security preference allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers.
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Resolution(s): By default Mac OSX does not allow unidentified developer applications to be opened because they may pose a security risk since they have not been verified officially.
To bypass this and execute the application:
1. Search for the application in finder
2. Hold down the “control” key and click on the application and select open
3. The application will launch and give the option to click open
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4. To proceed, simply click open
Warning: We do not take any responsibility for what happens to your computer or the activities involved for proceeding with this tutorial