Discussion Forums  >  App Store Approvals, Thank You's

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Cakebit
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03/28/23 10:16 PM (11 months ago)

Reminder: App Store Submissions Must Be Built With Xcode 14.1 or Later Beginning April 25, 2023

Hi fellow developers! Just wanted to give you all a friendly reminder that Apple has issued a new requirement for apps submitted to the App Store. Starting April 25, 2023, all iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS apps must be built with Xcode 14.1 or later. So, if you haven't already, please make sure that you update your version of Xcode to at least 14.1 (I use 14.2 on the daily) so that your apps are not rejected when submitted to the App Store. Full details of this announcement from Apple can be found at: https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=jd9wcyov I'll work this week to update some of the interface around the package screen to note this as the minimum version... somehow we're still recommending Xcode 9! :)
 
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03/29/23 08:22 AM (11 months ago)
Great to see some life. Thanks for the update. Any chance of an updated guide on how to setup android studio to work with moby project please. everything is too outdated. 100% comfortable with apple ad code but clueless with android THanks
 
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03/30/23 09:23 PM (11 months ago)
Sure, thing. I'm an iOS guy myself... so I probably have to brush up on some Android knowledge to be anywhere near "guide" level myself... I just recently earned my Android star from Buzztouch U ;) I'm traveling this weekend, but might be able to throw something together before then... Edit: Just sent you a message with the a link to the document. Have a great weekend everyone! :)
 

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