Apple introduces updated policies that include support for the new category of apps that offer creative experiences. The Developer Code is being expanded to help keep the App Store a fair marketplace for developers and users, including updated developer identity guidelines, rankings and crawl manipulation, and excessive customer complaints. There are also new opportunities for developers to appeal against a rejection of apps due to concerns about bias, as well as the ability for them to report an app if there is reason to believe that an app provides trust or security issues, or is in conflict with the app . Guidelines for store review.
SwiftUI has redesigned the user interface development by making it easier to develop great apps with as little code as possible. Now SwiftUI is taking a big step forward, helping developers to provide more great experiences to all users. This includes enhancements to enhance list views, search experiences, in-app accessibility features, multi-column tables, and more.
Swift Playgrounds is a great way to learn how to code right on a Mac or iPad. With Swift Playgrounds 4, coming later this year, users will be able to create the visual design of an app with SwiftUI. App projects can be opened and edited in Swift Playgrounds or in Xcode, and when ready, users can build a real app and send it directly to the App Store from the iPad.