Watch out, developers. Apple is more aggressively calling out the good and the bad of the App Store.
On Thursday, Apple declared it will begin removing unused, non-functioning or outdated apps via a blog post titled “App Store Improvements.” The reckoning begins Sept. 7, the same day as its keynote event where the company is expected to announce the next-generation iPhone.
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Developers will be contacted before any app is removed, and they have 30 days to make any changes — unless the app crashes immediately. Apple advised that developers look at the latest version of its review guidelines. Read more…
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