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.iap file from my developer, don't know what to do with it

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Greetings,  
  I've had a young developer working on a simple free app for my business.  He has sent me a .iap file, in order to review the project, but I can't seem to  find out what I need to do with it to test it on my phone.  Can someone provide some advice?

Many thanks,
Stephen
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by:darbid73
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Have you given him your iOS device unique ID?  Did he give you a second file?  Have you ever developed with your iOS device before with him?

If the answer is NO or you dont know to all of these then go back to him and say he needs to set up adHoc distribution.
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by:caduceuswebs
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Thank you.  I have given him several ios devices UDID.  He has told me that I can simply drag the .iap file into my iTunes apps window, and it will transfer over.  I've not able to try that until getting home later tonight.  Could that actually work?

Thanks,
Stephen
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Here is a link to something with a few pictures of what you have to do.  The first time you do this you need other files which is what I was getting at in my questions.
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by:caduceuswebs
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Extremely helpful.  Thank you!
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