Apple Raises TestFlight Beta Tester Limit to 2,000, Extends Build Expiration to 60 Days

testflightApple today announced it is now allowing developers to invite up to 2,000 individuals to beta test iOS and tvOS apps using the TestFlight beta testing platform, an increase from the former 1,000 participant limit.

Since its 2014 launch, Apple has capped TestFlight beta testers at 1,000, but announced plans to expand that number at the June Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple has now made good on that promise, boosting the number of people who can install a beta app.

Apple has also increased the period of time before a TestFlight beta expires from 30 days to 60 days, another change that was first announced at WWDC.


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39 months ago
This is great news, especially the 60 day part. Now if we could only bypass that beta app review for new versions...
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39 months ago

This is great news, especially the 60 day part. Now if we could only bypass that beta app review for new versions...

you can for new builds if you click the option that this build doesn't contain major changes.
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39 months ago
2000? Wow. This might be helpfull though.
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39 months ago
Great news for developers.
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