iOS Developers: Apple Now Rejecting Apps Not In Compliance With IDFA

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iOS Developers: Apple Now Rejecting Apps Not In Compliance With IDFAIf you’re an iOS app developer, you’ll want to make sure that your apps are in full compliance with Apple’s rules regarding the correct use of IDFA.

Apps that are not in complaince are being rejected.

IDFA is now being used, since UDID has been discontinued due to privacy concerns.

Read more details about this here.

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