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In the past, if you submitted an app that enabled Bitcode to the App Store, you can download dSYM from the App Store Connect.
But that is no longer the case with the coming of Xcode 14.
From Xcode 14 onward, we can't download dSYM from the App Store Connect anymore. That's because Bitcode is now deprecated.
Here is the quote from Xcode 14 release notes.
Starting with Xcode 14, bitcode is no longer required for watchOS and tvOS applications, and the App Store no longer accepts bitcode submissions from Xcode 14.
Xcode no longer builds bitcode by default and generates a warning message if a project explicitly enables bitcode: “Building with bitcode is deprecated. Please update your project and/or target settings to disable bitcode.” The capability to build with bitcode will be removed in a future Xcode release. IPAs that contain bitcode will have the bitcode stripped before being submitted to the App Store. Debug symbols for past bitcode submissions remain available for download. (86118779)
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You can find dSYM for each version of your app in Xcode's app archive.
- Open the Xcode Organizer: From the Xcode menu, select Window > Organizer or ⌥ – option + ⇧ - shift + ⌘ - command + o
- Select the Archives menu under the Products section.
- Select the archive that you want. You will see the "Download Debug Symbols" button on the right panel.
Bitcode is an intermediate representation of a compiled program. Apps you upload to App Store Connect that contain bitcode will be compiled and linked on the App Store. Including bitcode will allow Apple to re-optimize your app binary in the future without the need to submit a new version of your app to the App Store. ↩︎
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