Xcode 14.1 required for App Store submissions from April 25

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Apple has warned developers submitting apps to the App Store that they will soon need to use Xcode 14.1 or later for them to be accepted.

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Xcode [Apple]

A notice posted to Apple's Developer News and Updates advises of a change to the App Store submission requirements that starts from April 25. From that date, developers need to build their apps using Xcode 14.1 or later for it to be looked at.

Available from the Mac App Store, the latest releases of Xcode include SDKs for the latest versions of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and watchOS 9.

While Apple requires apps to be built using Xcode 14.1 or later, the currently available version in the Mac App Store is version 14.2, and Xcode 14.3 is soon to be released.

Developers already using Xcode 14.1 do not need to update their development environment.

Apple periodically issues an update to its App Store submission requirements, with the changes forcing developers into using newer and up-to-date versions of Xcode.

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