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|Repo Created||almost 8 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||about 2 years ago|
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Deploying a great quantity of iOS devices means creating a great quantity of Apple IDs. This script allows automated Apple ID creation from a spreadsheet. Apple IDs are created without a credit card, which is great for many deployments. There is a dry run feature to test the script without actually creating the Apple ID.
A template CSV file is included. Create csv file. Then run the script.
-in front of the security questions,
NY - New Yorkas its listed in iTunes,
As of iTunes 10.6.1 Apple has required three security questions. The Batch Apple ID Creator allows you to choose the questions from the list below. Each question should be copied into the appropriate spreadsheet column (Security Question 1, 2 or 3) exactly as typed below.
Errors are not handled gracefully. Although some errors are recoverable, if the script stops, it loses track of its progress. Edit the spreadsheet to continue.
At the end of this script, Apple will send a verification email to the Apple ID. To complete verification, click the link in the message, then re-enter the account address and password.
The files are downloadable from GitHub: https://github.com/brandonusher/Apple-ID-AppleScript Feel free to fork and improve.
This script was originally created by Enterprise iOS user Greg Moore, who works for Hope Public Schools in Hope, Arkansas. Aaron Freimark then updated the script to work with iTunes 10.6.1 and the multiple recovery questions. Discuss on EnterpriseiOS.com. This script or derivatives must not be sold. If you make it better, please give back to the community that brought it to you.
The base for this script was created by Aaron Freimark
Updated version brought to you by Brandon Usher