Make sure to renew your membership before it expires to keep your account active and to maintain membership benefits, including beta OS releases, advanced app capabilities, technical support, and tools to develop, test, and distribute apps.
Renewing Your Annual Membership
You can renew starting 30 days before the expiration date of your existing membership or any time after it expires. Your expiration date is available in your account on the developer website. To renew, sign in to your account with the Apple ID you used to enroll, and click the "Renew Membership” button. If your membership is still active when you renew, your new membership will activate as soon as your current membership expires and you will receive two (2) new TSIs.
If your membership has already expired when you renew, your renewal will activate once you complete the renewal process and any free apps you had available for download will become available again within 24 hours. Any paid apps you had available for download will become available again after you sign in to iTunes Connect and complete your Paid Applications contract. You do not need to resubmit your apps. You will also receive two (2) new TSIs and regain access to any TSIs purchased separately from your Apple Developer Program. Please note that TSIs purchased separately expire one year from the date they were activated.
You can also opt in to have your membership automatically renewed. To enable automatic renewal, select the Auto-Renew Membership checkbox in the Membership section of your account. If you have opted in to automatic renewal, the default credit/debit card associated with your Apple ID will be charged the annual membership fee on your expiration date. Please note, automatic renewal is only available in certain countries and regions.*
Renewing an Organization’s Membership
If you’re enrolled in the Apple Developer Program as an organization, the Team Agent (the person who is assigned the Legal role in iTunes Connect) is required to complete the renewal of your membership on behalf of your organization. They also have the ability to manage the automatic renewal* of your membership. The contact information for your Team Agent can be found in the People section of your account. For more information on roles, see Program Roles and iTunes Connect Roles.
Development Test Devices
If you are a Team Agent or Admin, you will be presented with the option to remove listed test devices and restore the available device count to 100 at the start of your new membership year when you first sign in to Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles. Be sure to remove all devices you no longer use for development before adding any new devices, as you will not be able to remove devices once you add a new one.
If your Apple Developer Program membership expires, your apps will no longer be available for download and you will not be able to submit new apps or updates. You will lose access to pre-release software, Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles, and Technical Support Incidents. However, your apps will still function for users who have already installed or downloaded them, and you will still have access to iTunes Connect and free development resources.
If your Apple Developer Enterprise Program membership expires, your apps will no longer be available for download and will no longer function for those who have already installed or downloaded them. You will still have access to free development resources.
iOS Developer University Program memberships do not expire.
Can I make changes to my account during the renewal process?
No. Making changes to your account such as transferring your Team Agent role and converting an individual membership to an organization membership, must be made after the renewal process is complete.
* Automatic renewal of membership is available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Ireland, France, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Portugal, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, UAE, Turkey, Singapore, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Philippines, and Malaysia.