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Differentiating between iPhone and iPad apps

2 posts in General Last posting was on 2012-02-23 22:10:25.0Z
Luke Posted on 2012-02-23 17:22:03.0Z
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How do I setup the packages to be delivered in context with
the device being used? For example, I want to add an app on
the Apple store which has separate packages for iPhone and
iPad, and I only want iPad users to see the iPad package in
the list.

Thanks
Luke


Paul Horan[Sybase] Posted on 2012-02-23 22:10:25.0Z
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The apps must have different iTunes ID numbers for the iPad and iPhone
versions for this to work...

1. Create two separate package policies - one for the iPad and one for the
iPhone versions of the app, using the different numbers.

2. Create two dynamic groups based on the device product - 'iPad' or
'iPhone'.

Data Views > Clients
New > View...
Call it "iPads", and add whatever columns you want to display (MS Exchange
ID, IMEI number...).
The criteria to use is: iOS.Device.Product like 'ipad'
Then create a second view where the criteria is iOS.Device.Product like
'iphone'

3. Create two dynamic client groups, one for each of the view definitions
you just created.

4. Create two different Group Profiles (in Policies and Profiles) called
"iPads" and "iPhones".
In the Assignments tab, click "Assign...", then pick the correct client
group for the assignment.
In the Portal Packages tab, assign the correct Package Policy for the group.

Now - when an iPad registers, it should only see the iPad apps - and the
same for an iPhone.

Paul Horan[TeamSybase]
SAP

"Luke" wrote in message news:4f4675bb.2fd8.1681692777@sybase.com...
> How do I setup the packages to be delivered in context with
> the device being used? For example, I want to add an app on
> the Apple store which has separate packages for iPhone and
> iPad, and I only want iPad users to see the iPad package in
> the list.
>
> Thanks
> Luke