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Former Apple Engineer Claims the Company Is Violating Its Own App Store Rules

[2019-03-28 18:51:00]

An ex-Apple software engineer is accusing one of Apple’s new services of violating the company’s own App Store developer guidelines. Dave DeLong, who worked at Apple for seven years, tweeted a complaint earlier this week about the new Apple News+ sign-up screen. Specifically, DeLong said doesn’t contain any privacy policy or support page links and ......

Former Apple Engineer Claims the Company Is Violating Its Own App Store Rules


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