New Xcode Cloud will help developers build apps even faster

Xcode Cloud brings together the multiple tasks and tools required to build, test, and deliver apps using powerful cloud services, enabling individual developers and teams to be more productive and provide great apps to their users.

Xcode Cloud is a new continuous integration and delivery cloud service designed specifically for Apple developers. Built into Xcode 13, Xcode Cloud offers a fast and simple way for developers and teams of all sizes to build, test, and deliver high-quality apps even more efficiently.

Xcode Cloud can automatically build apps in the cloud to free up developers’ Macs for other tasks. Parallel testing in the cloud means developers can test on a simulated version of every current Apple device, then easily deploy a build of the app for internal testing, or deliver to external beta testers through TestFlight for instant feedback.

“We’re thrilled to provide our developer community with powerful new tools and technologies to help create even more compelling and higher-quality apps, while engaging with their users in all new ways through the App Store,”

said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations.

“With the robust set of tools included in Xcode Cloud, continuing innovation in the Swift programming language, a wide range of new APIs, and even more ways to reach users — Apple’s platforms have never been stronger.”

Developer betas for  iOS 15, iPadOS 15macOS MontereywatchOS 8, and tvOS 15 are available to Apple Developer Program members at . Xcode Cloud will be available as a limited free beta, with expanding access throughout the American summer and fall seasons, and will be available to all developers next year. More details on pricing and availability for Xcode Cloud will be shared soon.
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