The first beta for iOS 10.3 dropped a few days ago, and this new version includes several changes that will affect your business: a built-in app review interface, new options for deep linking to the App Store, and the ability for developers to respond to customer reviews in the App Store. In addition to these technical changes there are some upcoming policy changes that have been reported as well. We talk about all these changes, what we think of them, and how we think these changes will affect our businesses.
Release Notes 2017
We’re happy to announce that Release Notes 2017, the third edition of our conference, will be happening October 16-18, 2017 – and this time we’re taking the show on the road to Chicago! We’re really excited about the move to Chicago and the extra opportunities that the change in venue will provide. More details will be announced on the conference website at 2017.releasenotes.tv and on our mailing list in a month or two. In the mean time, mark your calendars. We hope to see you there!
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Show Notes and Links
- What’s New in iOS 10.3
- Apple explains the new App Reviews API for developers – by Jim Dalrymple at The Loop
- Additional Details on the New App Store Review Features – by John Gruber at Daring Fireball
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