By deans ~ November 17th, 2009. Filed under: Observations.
There’s been a flurry of discussion regarding some new automation in the app approval process. According to a post on theAppleBlog, Apple is now running an automated check for calls to the private API’s.
“Presumably, such a check would be run at the beginning of the review process”
Any steps in the process that they can automate sound good to me. I just wish that they would run this check in conjunction with submission (as they do for proper app signing). Personally, I’d be thrilled if the whole process could be automated. Unfortunately, software probably isn’t that great at finding objectionable content and trademark infringements. At least this is a step in the right direction…
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