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can't find the executable in Simulator

I am using Delphi Firemonkey to prepare IOS apps. Since I do not have a Mac I have hired a Remote Mac. This has XCode and has a simulator.
My application is running in the Simulator but I can't find the executable. I want to download it and try it on my IPhone.
I am using Delphi Seattle
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Ferruccio AccalaiSenior developer, analyst and customer assistance Commented:
From docwiki.embarcadero.com : Deploying Your iOS Application for Ad hoc Distribution
Generate an Application Archive File for Your Application



Project prepared for generating a bundle for ad hoc distribution
To generate an application archive file for your application, do the following:
Run the Platform Assistant on the Mac.
On RAD Studio, on the Project Manager:
Expand the Build Configurations node and double-click the Release configuration, or any other build configuration that you want to use to build your signed application package.
Expand the Target Platforms node and double-click an iOS device target platform to select that platform. The selected target platform is displayed using a bold font. See Supporting 32-bit and 64-bit iOS Devices above.
Expand the selected iOS device target platform node, expand the Configuration node within, and double-click the Ad hoc platform configuration node to select that platform configuration. The selected platform configuration is displayed using a bold font.
Select Project > Deployment, and click the Deploy DMgrDeploy.png button to deploy your application.
RAD Studio builds your application using the SDK that you previously added to the IDE, connects to your Mac using the connection profile you configured for the iOS Device platform, and the Platform Assistant running on the Mac prepares your application for ad hoc distribution.
Note: The first time that you use a user account on your Mac to build an iOS device application, your Mac prompts you to allow RAD Studio to sign applications using your private key. You must accept this on your Mac so that RAD Studio can deploy your application.
Your application, generated on the Mac, is then copied over to your development system. You can find your final application file (.ipa) in the folder of your project: <project folder>\<platform>\<build configuration>\<project name>.ipa. For example: C:\Users\<user>\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\Projects\MyProject\iOSDevice64\Release\MyProject.ipa.
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