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Apple just announced that starting 1. February 2015, apps have to support 64 bit. Source: https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=10202014a. So, it will then be a requirement.


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I don't think there's an automated system, I once requested two expedited reviews in a row (due to my own improper testing), and got both accepted. So no, no firm rule, but they'll probably look at your history when deciding, and your reason for asking for an expedited review.


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In iTunes: Select "iTunes Store" on the left pane Select "Account" under "Quick Links" on the right side Find "Purchase History" section Select "See All" - free apps will be listed there, as well as paid.


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You need to create a custom API for the purchases with amazon. You can't use apple's IAP for this because they already have a default avenue for ebook sales.


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A fantastic resource is AppShopper (http://appshopper.com). It won't give you the cost of the whole list of apps you own all at once, which would be ideal for your situation. But, if you look up apps in AppShopper, it will give you the complete history of that app's price. So it will tell you not just whether it is free today, but whether it is sometimes ...


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You mention changing your Google Password from your iPhone, so I'm not sure if you are really talking about your AppleID password (for the iPhone App Store) or your Google Play password. My answer assumes you really mean the AppleID. Apple has a separate App Store for each country. Many apps are available at multiple App Stores, but some are limited to ...


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Correct. Only the device where the device is installed will receive the updates.


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That is correct—the device won't be delivered notifications if you remove the app.


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Solution: Open Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads > Updates set to On.


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Often, if you can't download (even free) apps from the App Store, this is because your payment information is not valid (or no longer valid). From the Settings app, go to the App Store settings, then tap on your Apple ID in blue at the top. After typing your Apple ID password, tap on Payment Information and make sure all the data is present, and correct. ...


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my daughter showed me an easy way to install the older Apple store apps. you simply log onto the apple store using a computer (without the iPad connected). find & download the software to the library on that computer. once it is added to your library, goto the app store on the iPad & install the software... since the newest version won't work for the ...


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My app went live with CoreLocation Manager settings(which doesn't fetch location by default).


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There are a number of methods an app can use to uniquely identify a device or user. Transitory (persistent whilst app is installed) Unique identifier generated by the app and saved in a property list or other equivalent storage in the app sandbox's Library or Documents folder. Hashed login or equivalent to determine user. CFUUID ...


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You updated the apps on your Mac, then synced to your phone, which pushed all of the application updates to your phone. The App Store on the iPhone is sometimes stuck thinking you still need those updates, however when you launch the app and check for updates it comes to it's senses and realizes you've received the updates via another method.


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This works exactly as one would expect it to: When you share from an iOS 8 device, purchases made with the Apple ID used on that device for purchases (iTunes, iBooks, AppStore) — even if that ID is different from the one used for iCloud (Photos, Mail, Contacts, Calendars) on that device — will be shared.


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I found the solution: My Apps -> Click on on the app -> Pricing Choose the Price Tier and dates and Save. The status of the app immediately changes from Pending Contract to Ready for Sale. Still not clear why I had to redo it.


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Only if there are already tons of apps that will let you navigate, say, The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History." Then that one app for the smithsonian MAY be rejected. But, I suspect there are not, so you should be fine. Similarly, since you'll presumably be adding additional apps with different functionality, say the next one is for the Guggenheim, ...


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It seems there is no way to stop iTunes 11.4 from syncing apps back to iTunes from my iPhone. BUT... I think at least I found a way to prevent it copying them back to iTunes/my HDD: Close iTunes. Find out where your 'Mobile Application' folder is located on your HDD. Delete it or put it in the trash at least. Then open Terminal and change to the folder ...


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Updates are generally processed faster than the first submission of an app for review, but not drastically faster. It's usually around a day shorter (5 days) compared with the average 6 or 7 days for a first submission. Note that iOS 8 has caused an increase in submissions and a consequential increase in review times; Apple may be prioritising updates more ...



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