To test mobile applications on iOS, you require a Mac to which you can connect the iOS device, or on which the iOS Simulator is running. This Mac requires Xcode to be installed. For additional information on the prerequisites for testing mobile applications on iOS, see Prerequisites for Testing Mobile Applications on iOS.
To execute iOS tests on a physical iOS device, follow the instructions in the Silk Test Configuration Assistant to configure the WebDriverAgentRunner Xcode project. To open the Configuration Assistant, click on the Silk Test icon in the status menus and select Configuration Assistant.
If for any reason you want to manually build the WebDriverAgentRunner Xcode project, perform the following actions:
DEVELOPMENT_TEAM = <your development team>
xcodebuild -project WebDriverAgent.xcodeproj -scheme WebDriverAgentRunner –xcconfig ~/.silk/silktest/conf/silktest.xcconfig -destination 'id=<udid>' testReplace the <udid> with the unique device id that you have determined previously.