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updated xcode readme to explain how to rename target

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@@ -15,9 +15,21 @@ You can also uncheck the documentation if you wish to save disk space.
a) copy the folder inside of apps/exampleApps/ and paste in the same directory
-ie (copy "emptyExample" and paste "copy of emptyExample")
+ie: (copy "emptyExample" and paste "copy of emptyExample")
-b) rename the folder, and inside the folder, rename the .xcodeproj file
+b) rename the folder, and inside the folder, rename the .xcodeproj file - ie: myExperimentalApp.xcodeproj
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+c) open the project
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+d) in the sidebar scroll down to Targets and expand it to show the target. ie: emptyExample
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+e) with the target selected do Get Info ( either right click or Command-i )
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+f) in the General Tab rename the Name text field ie: from emptyExample to myExperimentalApp
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+e and f alternative ) you can also just do right click on the target -> rename in the sidebar directly
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+g) after you have renamed the target you should change the build from Debug to Release then back again. This refreshes the target app.

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