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In a special technology report gleaned from the pages of Apple’s response to privacy concerns addressed to congress, the L A Times revealed some interesting information that the enterprising iOS app developer can put to good use. L A Times reporter David Sarno unearthed some interesting statistics that show the amazing growth of Apple iPhone and iPad application submissions to the App Store. The report also states that a whopping 30% of all submission are rejected for noncompliance with Apple’s app developer guidelines. That means 3 out of every 10 apps are sent back to the drawing board after the iOS app developer thinks his product is good enough to pose to the general public.
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