Back in June 2020, the tech giant said during the WWDC20 conference that it would make certain concessions to developers. Two months later, Apple actually announced two key changes.
- The company will no longer delay updates for apps that violate minor App Store guidelines. Developers will now be able to address the violations in the next submission. This new rule does not apply to games with legal problems.
- In another update, developers can now propose changes to the App Store guidelines. This is in addition to being able to appeal Apple’s decisions on whether their app contains a violation. This new measure should help the company better understand the needs of developers.