One of the biggest complains iOS developers had from Apple was the limitation of adding no more than 100 devices to their Apple developers account for beta testing of apps. While the 100 devices limit was annoying for smaller developers it was even a bigger problem for large companies who usually have hundreds of people working on a project.
Now it seems like Apple is ready to show some leniency towards the users of its iOS developer program as recently the company has expanded the number of allowed iOS devices per Apple developer ID and has increased the limit from 100 to 200.
Now developers will be able to add the UDIDs of 200 iPhones, iPads or iPod touches to their account and test their beta apps on them.
The company has yet to update its support documentation, which still has the clause of 100 device slots per account. Developers who have noticed the change have taken it to Twitter but the company has yet to make an official statement or acknowledgement about this change.