This section explains how to submit your application binary files to the App Store.
When you have finished uploading your assets and completed the application submission process in iTunes Connect, and your application is in the “Waiting for Upload” state, you can deliver your application binary files to the App Store.
Submitting Your Application Binary Files
When the status of your application on iTunes Connect is “Waiting for Upload”, you can use Application Loader to submit your binary files to the App Store. To download the application loader app visit the following link: application loader.
To submit your application binary files:
1. Click Deliver Your App in the “Template Chooser” window.
The “Template Chooser” window appears automatically when you open Application Loader.
2. Choose the name of your application from the Choose pop-up menu.
3. Click Next.
Application Loader searches for all eligible applications which are ready to be added to the App Store, and then displays a window with your application details, including name, version number, SKU number, primary language, copyright, type, and Apple ID.
4. Click Choose, select your application file, and then click Open.
To replace the current file before submitting, click Back and then click Choose again to select another application file. Click Activity to display the Background Activity window and view delivery status information for all packages you are currently sending; including pending messages, time remaining, warning and error messages, and so on.
5. Click Send.
Application Loader begins submitting your application binary file to the App Store.
Click to stop the transfer and keep the window open to select another file to submit.
6. Click Done.
Use the Manage Your Applications page on iTunes Connect to view the status of your application.
Choose Window > Background Activity to display the Background Activity window and view delivery status information for all applications, including pending messages, time remaining, warning and error messages, and so on.