According to the latest report, Apple launched the new Xcode Cloud service for the first time at the WWDC21 Developer Conference in June. Today, Apple notified developers via email that the service is already available.
A developer named Steve Streza posted an email from Apple on Twitter. The email said, “We’re happy to inform you that your account has enabled the Xcode Cloud beta version. You can now use the integrated Xcode 13 service.”
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Apple’s Xcode Cloud is a cloud-based Xcode service that allows developers to build, test, and deliver high-quality applications in the cloud instead of directly on the Mac. Apple has always allowed developers to register for the Xcode Cloud list. As of June 7, 2021, all account holders in the Apple Developer Program are eligible to register for Xcode Cloud.
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