Due to some strict regulations from a client, a project has to be created completely offline. The workstation comes with pre-installed Xcode 6.1, and work on the iMac is only possible in a enclosed room without any connections to the internet. Using a USB-stick, memory card, diskdrive or any portable storage device is impossible, access to the workspace goes through security with pad-down and scanning for electronic devices. Only way of "importing" data is through plain old printouts. But nothing goes out of the room, no paper, no nothing. I have a locked down iPhone 6+ to run the code on, but it has no coverage, no internet at all.
So, what am I gonna do? I hope its possible to be done, I have told the client it can be done, but I guess I should have done better research. I have not been successful till now, so I really hope someone here could tell me how.
Im asking for help here, because this problem probably has a solution found outside the mainstay developer forums like devforum@apple or stackoverflow.
I need to fool Xcode somehow to create the project with an app id thats not verified by the Apple servers, and also build it on the device somehow.
BTW, for the curious ones, yes, the project is for a countrys armed forces, not NSA/CIA or anything cool like that. Its not for spying, its for some agumented reality.