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There are such things as copyrights which also apply to app icons. So yes, you will break the law pretty much everywhere in the world. If in doubt, consult a lawyer.


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Most companies will have their icons as trademarks: A trademark is any word, name, symbol, or design, or any combination thereof, used in commerce to identify and distinguish the goods of one manufacturer or seller from those of another and to indicate the source of the goods. See 15 U.S.C. § 1127. Trademarks are protected and you can be sued ...


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From Apples Documentation (it puts you in back of the queue): Removing a Build from Review Removing a build removes your app version from Apple’s review queue and changes its status to Developer Rejected. When you resubmit your app, the review process starts over from the beginning. You can remove the build you’ve submitted if its status is any of the ...


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Having a link to the privacy policy in the relevant field in iTunes Connect has been sufficient for me in the past. Obviously having a link in the app may allow users to find it more easily, however just the link in iTunes Connect seems sufficient based solely from personal experience. Privacy Policy URL (optional) A URL that links to your company’s ...


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Only the App Store review staff can provide an absolute answer. However, many apps in the store show modified screenshots. Providing mock content is common place when advertising document based applications. Submit your app for review. If the review is rejected, they will provide a reason and you will have the opportunity to resubmit.


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original poster here - I did basically what Mitchell D suggested and it worked. I actually moved my wife's account to UK first, set up family sharing with her, invited my child to join my wife's new family, then disabled my family sharing and moved myself to the UK, then invited child back to my family. Phew! So far, all seems to have gone OK but was a ...


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I had same problem and fixed it by closing the app down then reopening it, selecting the updates tab, then quickly press on 'update all' before the app updates revert back to 'open'.. You only have a split second to do this but it did work


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Yes, you will not lose the revenue from not withdrawing it. It will stay against your account as long as your account remains active.


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Apple website is broken and has been since 3/13. I opened case#769729461 for this. They are working on it, no ETA on a fix.


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No, it just depends who's reviewing it. Some reviewers spot the first error and reject the app there and then, whilst others will notify you of all the problems that they find. For example, my latest rejected iPhone app was rejected mainly for not running correctly when scaled on iPad, but the rejection reason also had some comments from the reviewer ...


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Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads



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