I have already submitted free applications. Now, I`m trying to update one of the free apps, and the main page of iTunes Connect tells me this: to accept this agreement, they must have already accepted the Apple Developer Program License Agreement in their account on the developer`s site. I have the same problem. I can see the agreements, but nothing new to agree or submit. Blocked and can`t publish a new version of my app. I do not think you should accept the paid request. However, I don`t see any way to terminate the contract itself, so it`s likely you`re going directly to Apple. Paid is for the submission of a paid app on the Apple Store, which is free for the free app To update my free app, it seems like I only have one way to reach the destination – by pressing that request key and subtracting the agreement that appears immediately. I do not see that a paid contract is mandatory in your example.
Yes, that`s right, they`re set at $0.00 Tier 0. Since I didn`t accept the paid contract update, I can`t update my existing apps. The internal problem with my legal team is that they don`t want to accept something that is not applicable at all. It`s obvious that there`s little real chance of harm, as we won`t be offering anything for sale (as far as we plan to), but in a very large company like ours, we also have very prescriptive guidelines on who can “accept” a legal agreement, so I hope Apple can get around this situation. I don`t see an empty page, I can see the agreements I`ve already agreed on, but nothing new to accept. Has anyone solved this problem? Are you lucky with that? I have the same problem, a pending contract for paid apps, but I only have one free app on my Dev account. Did you end up going to Apple to remove it or just accept the new deal? I ask because I want to contact Apple to remove it and asked me who to contact. Have you read the paid deal to see if it says more? Are incomplete applications something you usually avoid successfully? Due to the contract that has not yet been accepted on the Apple account, can`t we push a new version of Xcode into the Appstore connect? It`s not okay if we push a build of Xcode. Do I have to fill in the payment data for the contract? Hello, go to developer.apple.com -> select People (in the left box) -> Search under AgentIs the account you sign in to iTunesConnect with the same email address as the person under agent? If not, use this email address to sign up, then continue with the agreements, taxes and banking module. There should be a blue button with the registration request, and you can accept the agreement from there. I had the same problem and was confused because my company doesn`t have paid apps.
I asked Apple Support to withdraw the paid app contract request, but they said they couldn`t and still let us fill out. An answer and a resolution from Apple on this subject? Our team just ran into a similar issue and suddenly had a paid app deal when our app is free. What will happen if you do not or do not accept the paid agreement? In order to continue creating new apps and uploading binaries for the App Store, your team Agent must review and agree to the updated terms of the agreement for paid iOS apps. To access the agreement for paid iOS apps, you must have accepted the latest version of the agreement for the iOS developer program in iOS Dev Center on developer.apple.com. When did you contact Apple Developer Support directly? You must contact them directly, either via the contact forms or by phone if there is a malfunction in your account. And if you`re asked to accept updates to an agreement you hadn`t accepted before, it would fall into that category….