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Is the iOS Developer Program a physical product to be shipped?

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I purchased the iOS Developer Program from Apple Store and i am asked to enter my shipping address. May i know if there is something shipped? Because this is just a Developer License hence i doubt there is any shipment. Anyone who has signed up?
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No, the iOS Developer Program is a software type license that will be downloaded to your Mac pc,
if or when you get one.

It will be installed into your Mac's keychain, so that you can codesign any apps you develop, so they
can be sold from the Mac app store.

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