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Executing appium tests on iOS mobile app

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Assuming that you have completed installation of xCode and appium on OSx.
Download iphone the sample app and unzip it
Stop Appium app if it is running - Open iOS settings on appium app and specify > App Path, Force Device (if you need to), Platform version as following -

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Now appium is ready to install app on iPhone 6-

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Click the Inspector button > It would launch inspector and open given app on iPhone 6. You can click on any element and appium inspector would show corresponding details. This information can be used to build element locators for tests -
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You can also record use and throw scripts using Record button and modify it to develop production ready script

Now you are ready to test sample ios app tests specified in testng.xml :)

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