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Steps to reproduce this issue:
1. Open VS2010/VS2012
2. Create any iOS application
3. Right click project->> Select Properties.
4. Select iOS Application option.
Actual Result: Under iOS Application option user not able to see 'Entitlements'
Expected result: Entitlements should displayed under iOS Application option.
Note: Maps Integration options are displayed in Project ->Properties-> iOS
Application Option with build MTVS 811.msi.
Maps integration was fixed in bug 9319
Please retest on latest master.
Today I have checked this issue with following builds:
iOS for VS 1.3.227
Now we are seeing the Entitlements under project properties->iOS Application. This is the screencast fr the same: http://screencast.com/t/XrjYFq7DJu9O
Changing the status to Verified.