Doc: Update docs for the iOS code signing

Task-number: QTCREATORBUG-18785
Change-Id: Id3cb73236fc27ce8b23db55b1583474f68596619
Reviewed-by: Vikas Pachdha's avatarVikas Pachdha <vikas.pachdha@qt.io>
parent 28b0de80
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\title Connecting iOS Devices
You can connect iOS devices to a Mac computer with a USB cable to
You can connect iOS devices to your local machine with a USB cable to
run applications built for them from \QC.
To be able to use \QC on \macos, you must install Xcode, and therefore,
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{enroll in the Apple Developer Program}. The certificate is copied to
the device when you configure the device.
The first time you connect the device to the Mac, you are asked to enable
The first time you connect the device to your local machine, you are asked to enable
developer mode on the device. The next time you connect the device, \QC
detects it automatically. To disable automatic connections to a device that
you do not use for development, select \uicontrol Preferences >
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\li Make sure that you have Xcode and Qt for iOS installed.
\li Connect the device to the Mac computer with a USB cable.
\li Connect the device to your local machine with a USB cable.
\li Start Xcode to configure the device.
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\image qtcreator-build-settings-ios.png "iOS build settings"
\li Select the \uicontrol {Automatically manage signing} check box
to automatically select the provisioning profile and signing
certificate on your local machine that matches the entitlements
and the bundle identifier of the iOS device.
\endlist
\li Select \uicontrol Run to specify run settings.
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\note If you cannot deploy applications, because a provisioning profile is
missing, check that provisioning profiles are listed in Xcode by selecting
\uicontrol Xcode > \uicontrol Preferences > \uicontrol Accounts >
\uicontrol {View Details}. For more information about how to acquire and
install a provisioning profile, see Apple documentation.
\uicontrol Xcode > \uicontrol Preferences > \uicontrol Accounts. For more
information about how to acquire and install a provisioning profile, see
Apple documentation.
\section1 Viewing Device Connection Status
When you connect an iOS device to a Mac computer with USB, \QC
When you connect an iOS device to your local machine with USB, \QC
automatically detects the device if you have configured it by using Xcode.
To view information about the connected device, select \uicontrol Preferences >
\uicontrol Devices.
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\li In the \uicontrol {Device type} field, select the device type from
a list of devices supported by the Xcode version set as current on
the Mac computer.
your local machine.
\li In the \uicontrol {OS version} field, select an OS version from a
list of OS versions supported by the selected device and the current
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