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Adapt to App Store audit guidelines

Last Updated: Mar 10, 2021

Since April 2020, apps that are to be submitted to App Store must be built based on Xcode 11. Make sure that your app is upgraded to Xcode 11. For more information, see the Official Announcement from Apple.
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Since April 2020, new apps that use UIWebView can no longer be published on App Store. For the apps that use UIWebView and are already published on App Store, upgrades are no longer available since December 2020. For more information, see the Official Announcement from Apple.
Announcement

The following table describes how three baselines of mPaaS adapt to the two new review rules of App Store.

Support Xcode 11 packaging? Support WKWebView? UIWebView deleted? Support the submission for approval of new apps? Support the submission for approval of upgrade of existing apps?
Baseline 68 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Baseline 60 For V10.1.60.26 or later: Yes
For versions earlier than V10.1.60.26: No
For V10.1.60.13 or later: Yes
For versions earlier than V10.1.60.13: No
No No Yes (until December 2020)
Baseline 32 No No No No No


If your app is already connected to mPaaS, upgrade your app based on the following guides.

  • For new apps that were not published before April 2020: If the version of the current baseline is earlier than 10.1.68.1, upgrade it to the latest 10.1.68 version as soon as possible. Use Xcode 11 for packaging and submission for approval.
  • For apps that were published before April 2020: If the version of the current baseline is earlier than 10.1.60.26, you can now upgrade it to the latest 10.1.60 version. Use Xcode 11 for packaging and submission for approval. You must upgrade your baseline to a 10.1.68 version no later than December 2020.