- Support from Apple engineers — Apple Developer Program members are eligible to receive help such as technical support and code support, directly from Apple engineers in their products.
- Apple Developer Library — The Apple Developer reference library provides developer news, technology releases, and technical information. As well, it provides Apple-authored technical documentation, a wide range of Software Development Kits, tools, and sample code.
- Access to prerelease software — Another notable feature of the Apple Developer Program is the ability to receive prerelease software, most importantly prerelease versions of Apple's own operating system, as well as other Apple software. Apple products are regularly seeded whenever a build occurs.
- Eligibility to attend the World Wide Developers Conference — With an Apple Developer Program membership comes the eligibility to attend the WWDC, one of the premier Mac conferences held throughout the year. In the past, the WWDC has been the venue for the introduction of Mac OS X v10.3, Mac OS X v10.4, and Mac OS X v10.5, as well as the introduction for the Power Mac G5 - and its successor, the Mac Pro.
- Invitations to exclusive workshops — Apple Developers receive invitations to exclusive workshops, and conferences about the latest technologies. Generally, the workshop is a demonstration of the latest Apple technology done by an Apple engineer.
- iPhone SDK — Apple Developers can download the iPhone SDK in order to write applications targeting iOS. The iPhone SDK is available in all Apple Developer accounts, including free memberships.
- Compatibility testing — The Apple Developer Program provides compatibility testing for new Applications. The compatibility testing, located in Cupertino, California, Tokyo, Japan, and Beijing, China. At the Cupertino campus alone, there are three separate labs which collectively have hundreds of Mac configurations, with several different third party peripherals.
- Listing on the App Store — Apple Developer Program members are able to submit their applications to the Mac or iOS App Store, where they can either publish their application for free, or sell their product to end-users.
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11. Next, agree to the Program License Agreement and click Continue.
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