Before you get started with your Apple developer account application, you’re going to want to have a few things handy. Collecting and accessing this information before you begin will make the application process much easier.
Here I proceed as an Individual. But Given the details of Enrolling as an organization.
If you are an individual or sole proprietor/single person business, get started by signing in with your Apple ID with two-factor authentication turned on. You’ll need to provide basic personal information, including your legal name and address.
If you’re enrolling your organization, you’ll need an Apple ID with two-factor authentication turned on, as well as the following to get started:
Your organization must have a D-U-N-S Number so that we can verify your organization’s identity and legal entity status. These unique nine-digit numbers are assigned by Dun & Bradstreet and are widely used as standard business identifiers. You can check to see if your organization already has a D-U-N-S Number and request one if necessary. They are free in most jurisdictions. Learn more
Your organization must be a legal entity so that it can enter into contracts with Apple. We do not accept DBAs, fictitious businesses, trade names, or branches.
As the person enrolling your organization in the Apple Developer Program, you must have the legal authority to bind your organization to legal agreements. You must be the organization’s owner/founder, executive team member, senior project lead, or have legal authority granted to you by a senior employee.
When you click on the link below, you will get a page like this,
Turn on two-factor authentication in Settings
If you’re using iOS 10.3 or later:
Turn on two-factor authentication on your Mac
If you’re using macOS Catalina:
Click the Start Your Enrollment button at the bottom, and log in to the developer section with your Apple ID.
b) Accept the agreement: After logging in, you’ll be prompted to accept the Apple Developer Agreement in order to proceed.
c) Select your entity type: Pick the description from the dropdown menu that best fits your organization and select “Continue.” Important note: If you’re publishing an app on behalf of an organization, don’t sign up as an individual. Apple will not allow you to independently publish an event on behalf of an entity.
Important: If you’re publishing an event app on behalf of an organization, don’t sign up for an Apple Developer Account as an individual.
d) Give them your deets: Fill out your organization’s information, agree to the legal requirements and submit payment.
Once you’ve completed the process above, your application will be submitted to the Apple team for approval. Apple typically follows up within two weeks to let you know that your application has been approved and is fully functional. You can check the status of your application at any time here. Make sure you sign in with the Apple ID you used during the enrollment process.
There are basically two potential outcomes at this point:
Authorize an Additional User to your iOS Developer Account