How to download IPA file on your IOS devices(i phone,i pad,i pod ,Apple TV)
When you will get the IPA file then there method from that you can install the IPA file to your IOS device.
Suppose if you have the IOS file in your system (Mac desktop/laptop/I PHONE ,I PAD). Please make sure that your iPhone device is connected with the iTunes of that system. Now you can see the file in the system
Step:1 Disable Automatic Updates
To take full advantage of this method, you should disable automatic updates on your iPhone so that the app you need the IPA file for won’t update on its own. If it does, you’ll have to wait until the next update comes out to use Apple Configurator 2 to get the IPA file. On your iPhone, open up the Settings app, select “iTunes & App Store,” then make sure “Updates” is toggled off.
I also suggested turning off Wi-Fi on your iPhone right before following the rest of the steps below, that way it’s unlikely apps will update on their own at all. I’ve had automatic updates turned off and still had apps update on their own, so turning off Wi-Fi temporarily could help in these cases when it’s not working properly.
Step:2 Log into Your Apple Account
Open up the Apple Configurator 2 application, select “Account” from the menu barup top, then choose “Sign In.” In the popup, enter the Apple ID that matches what your iPhone is using, then hit the “Sign In” button. Next, enter the password for the account, then hit the “Sign In” button one more time, and that’s it for this step.
Step:3 Connect Your iPhone
Now just connect your iPhone to your Mac using its USB cable, then “Trust” the connection from your iPhone if it’s not already trusted. You’ll need to enter your iPhone’s passcode to finish the trusting process.
Step:4 Update the Apps
In the Apple Configurator 2 app, select your iPhone that pops up, then click on the “Update” button in the app’s top menu of options. This will provide a popup that will ask you to update all of the apps that need updating. Click on “Update.”
If you don’t want to download IPA files for all of the apps that need to be updated, use the drop-down to select “Only some apps” instead, then uncheck the apps you don’t need before clicking “Update.”
Step:5 Locate the IPA Files
Once the updates have concluded, you’ll have to dig into your user library files to find them. The easiest way to do this is to open up your Finder, select “Go” from the menu bar, then “Go to Folder” (or just use the Command-Shift-G shortcut instead).
In the box that pops up, paste the below directory path inside, then click on the “Go” button and you should be taken right there.
Alternatively, you can select “Go” from the menu bar, then choose “Library.” If you don’t see “Library,” hold down the Option key. If you’ve made the “Library” folder on your Mac unhidden forever, just use the keyboard shortcut Command-Shift-L to jump there.
Then, go to Group Containers –> K36BKF7T3D.group.com.apple.configurator –> Library -> Caches -> Assets -> TemporaryItems -> MobileApps.
Once you’re in the “Mobile Apps” temporary folder, click on the folder within it (or any of the folders within it, if you see more than one). Each one of the randomly numbered folders within it will be an app, so just browse each of those folders until you see the IPA file hidden inside of the app you’re looking for.
Step:6 Copy the IPAs Somewhere Else
The folder that you’re in for Apple Configurator 2 is a temporary one, meaning it could disappear after a certain period of time, after you close Apple Configurator 2 down, or even after you restart your computer. To make sure they don’t disappear, copy (Command-C) the files, then paste them (Command-V) into another folder on your “Desktop,” in “Documents,” or wherever else you want.
And that’s all there is to it. You know how IPA files for the app you need. Now you can turn them into ZIP files (just by changing .ipa to a .zip extension), unzip it, then start browsing the files contained within for what you need. For instance, if you need a deep link URL scheme name, you’ll have to open the app package contents, then hunt for the PLIST file that has the URL types listed.
So, these are some of the methods which i used to deploy/install ipa apps on my iPhone/iPod .If you encounter any problems or know of another such method feel free to comment