Apple Store Review information request


#124

Status Update: Thursday, 30 March 08h30 GMT

  • We believe everyone’s apps are now passing review, if your app is still being rejected please get in touch with me at support@trigger.io.

Current Recommendation

  • We have bumped the latest stable release of the Trigger.IO platform to v2.5.5 and recommend that everyone use this version for future app submissions.

  • We will be temporarily maintaining v2.5.4 of the platform which is identical to v2.5.5 with the exception that Reload has been removed from the codebase.

  • We are lifting the recommendation to avoid the following modules:

    • apptentive
    • barcode
    • bolts
    • facebook
    • flurry
    • kumulos
    • parse
    • pushwoosh
    • segmentio
    • urbanairship
  • We still haven’t received any explanation from Apple for either the recent spate of app rejections or why previously rejected apps are now suddenly being accepted.


#125

I’m guessing someone dropped the hammer on things once enough people complained, and someone actually looked a little deeper. The fact that you were willing and offered to share the source code should that come up as needed was a huge help.

Thank you, and thanks to the community for keeping the pressure on.

Y’all rock.


#126

Heard another theory, and Apple’s ongoing silence leads some credence; A rumor I’ve heard is that a zero-day exploit was found in iOS, and Apple clamped down on certain apps that could have been used to exploit the iOS until things were verified and such. * shrug * I have zero facts to support or tear down this rumor, but it’s a theory that’s out there.

#foodforthought