Apps can be installed on any 64bit iOS device running the minimum supported version of iOS.
You will receive a zip file when you download your converted app from MechDome. Unziping it will reveal the app bundle with extension
.app. You must sign the app prior to installing it.
Signing your app for running in the iOS simulator does not require a certificate. You can sign your app with the following command:
codesign -fs - <app_name.app>
Launch the emulator for the target iOS device an type this command to install your app
xcrun simctl install booted <app_name.app>
A certificate is needed to sign apps for installing on your devices. We provide a script that automates most of the steps required to sign and prepare an app for installation. You can download the build_ipa script from our GitHub repo.
A Provisining Profile is required when signing an app. If you don't have one you should read Apple's App Distribution Guide or our post Prepare your iOS Dev Account.
Use the following command to sign your app
build_ipa.sh your_app.zip <provisioning profile>
The script will create the IPA file you can install on the devices included in the provisioning profile.
If you created a Distribution provisioning profiles you can upload your app to the App Store and use Test Flight to distribute it. If you used a Development provisioning profile you will need to directly connect the iOS device to your Macintosh to install the app.