iPhone apps are getting rejected for breaking rules introduced for iOS 14.5
After six betas, it appears Apple is gearing up for a worldwide release of iOS 14.5. While the company hasn’t confirmed this, a flurry of App Store rejections indicates that a rollout is just around the corner.
A number of app developers told Forbes that they had begun to receive rejection letters from Apple highlighting section 3.3.9 of the Developer Program License Agreement — a segment of the company’s instructions outlining the way that user data is used and shared.
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