onbekende post Liz Bollema 9 Jan 2018
Last month Apple announced they had revised their Terms & Conditions regarding accepting templated apps and apps built with generation services in the App Store. We are happy that it is once again possible for everyone to build and publish iOS apps created with AppMachine.
Apple states all apps must be submitted by the provider of the app’s content using their own, unique Apple Developer Account, this also applies to existing, already published apps.
If you currently have one or more apps published on your developer account, the Apple review will now include this check when you submit a store update. In order to avoid any disruptions in the availability of your app in the iOS store, please make sure all your apps are published on a matching developer account. If the app and the developer account do not match, Apple will potentially reject the update. Your older version of the app will remain available.
If your app needs to be transferred from your own account to the account of your customer due to this change, please read this article for instructions.
We have already made changes to our publishing process in order to inform you on these changes before you perform a store update.
For the complete App Store Review Guidelines click here