Xcode Cloud Release Notes

October 18, 2022

Known Issues
  • Xcode Cloud TestFlight Post-Action Step Failing with “ITMS-90334: Invalid Code Signature Identifier” for Swift Package. (Feedback ID: 9682534)

    Workaround: Avoid LibraryType dynamic linkage in Swift Packages by reducing the reliance on each package to a single target, and refactoring your target structure if necessary.

  • Onboarding a product will fail if a developer team has no existing apps in App Store Connect.

    Workaround: Create an app record in App Store Connect first, then onboard your product in Xcode.

  • Some bundle IDs aren’t automatically registered when onboarding to Xcode Cloud.

    Workaround: In Xcode, Archive and Export your app for the App Store or manually register your bundle IDs in Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.

  • Onboarding a product will fail if the your Apple ID doesn’t use two-factor authentication. Make sure to set up two-factor authentication for your Apple ID.
  • WatchOS apps cannot be onboarded to Xcode Cloud from Xcode.

October 6, 2022

Resolved Issue
  • Fixed an issue where Xcode Cloud loops to homepage when saving information on Post-Action section in Xcode Cloud tab of App Store Connect, users may have to sign out of App Store Connect and sign in again.

September 14, 2022

(Xcode 14.1 Beta)

Resolved Issue
  • Fixed an issue where tooltip fails to appear for the commit message.

September 12, 2022

(Xcode 14)

Resolved Issues
  • Fixed: Xcode Cloud may take up to 20 minutes to synchronize the signing status of the Program License Agreement once a team has signed the agreement.
  • Fixed an issue where Xcode Desktop UI couldn’t access Xcode Cloud. (Feedback ID: 11390325)

August 24, 2022

Resolved Issue
  • Fixed an issue with Homebrew permission required to run brew install. (Feedback ID: 11350583)

August 8, 2022

(Xcode 14 Beta 5)

Resolved Issue
  • Fixed an issue where an incorrect error would be displayed when attempting onboarding without selecting a team.

July 27, 2022

(Xcode 14 Beta 4)

Resolved Issues
  • Fixed an issue where Xcode Cloud failed to recognize an already connected Slack workspace.
  • Fixed an issue where test destinations weren’t appearing on the Xcode Cloud workflow editor test action.
  • Fixed an issue where an authentication error was incorrectly displayed as a networking error.

June 6, 2022

(Xcode 14 Beta)

What’s new
  • Xcode Cloud is now available to all Apple Developer Program members.
  • A team-focused Usage Overview is now in the Usage Dashboard of App Store Connect.
Resolved Issue
  • Fixed an issue where the system adds duplicated default test destinations to test action.
Known Issue
  • Xcode Cloud may take up to 20 minutes to synchronize the signing status of the Program License Agreement once a team has signed the agreement. After signing the agreement, please wait up to 20 minutes before onboarding a project.

May 16, 2022

Resolved Issue
  • Developers who are members of multiple teams can select a specific team when onboarding their project.

March 14, 2022

What’s new
  • Added the ability to rebuild a project from the editor menu and the build report.
Resolved Issues
  • Various bug fixes and improvements in the following areas: onboarding, Workflow Editor, Build Report, and Xcode Cloud Navigator.
  • Onboarding a product will fail if the your Apple ID doesn’t use two-factor authentication. Make sure to set up two-factor authentication for your Apple ID.
  • The sidebar now displays an error message when in a failure state.
  • Various performance and reliability enhancements.

January 25, 2022

What’s new
  • Added team, product, and workflow usage in App Store Connect for a given time period.

October 26, 2021

What’s new
  • Xcode Cloud App Store Connect API provides more flexible integration of Xcode Cloud into your workflow — including support for things like accessing Xcode Cloud data to create dashboards and automating the management of your Xcode Cloud Workflows.
    Get started with the App Store Connect API
  • You can now set custom build numbers for existing Mac apps in Xcode Cloud.
    Learn about Build Numbers
  • Workflows can now also have multiple start conditions, allowing your Xcode Cloud workflows to be more versatile for different stages of your development workflow.
    Learn about Start Conditions