Apple today announced that it will extend a number of deadlines and eventually build applications into SDKs designed for the latest iOS and watchOS updates and incorporating iOS 13 features.
Apple will not require developers to meet the following requirements until June 30, 2020.
– iPhone or iPad applications must be iOS 13 SDK or higher and use the Xcode storyboard to provide the application launcher screen.
– iPhone applications must support all iPhone screens and all iPad applications must support all iPad screens.
– Apple Watch applications must be made with watchOS 6 SDK or later.
– Apps that authenticate or set up user accounts should support Apple login if the App Store Overview Guide 4.8.
– Applications in the Kids category must fully comply with Section 1.3. And in Section 5.1.4. Guideline. StoreApp Store Guidelines Overview Guide.
– Applications that use HTML 5 must fully comply with the “App Store” review guidelines 4.7. Sections 4, 5, and 6 of your guidelines. It should be noted that applications do not need to accept “Sign in with Apple” or comply with the new guidelines for applications designed for children. until the end of June.
Apple says the deadlines will be extended to accommodate developers who may need additional time to update applications on the ‘App Store’. Earlier in April 2020, Apple required developers to comply with these deadlines.
This article, “Apple Extends Deadline for Multiple Application Requirements for Developers,” first appeared on MacRumors.com.
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