Apple now allowing designers to submit iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and native Watch apps to the App Store


Update: Apple has now informed developers that they can send iOS 9, El Capitan and watchOS 2 apps to the App Store.

3 days later on than the normal schedule, Apple is finally letting developers submit iOS 9 apps for review. Apple generally makes it possible for submission for apps built against the new SDK as quickly as the Xcode GM is published but for unknown factors, this turning point was postponed.

Although there hasn’t been a main statement, designers are now successfully publishing binaries through iTunes Connect and are ‘Waiting For Evaluation’. Apple’s review team will now be working double-speed to get the influx of submissions prepared for iOS 9’s launch on Wednesday.

At the same time, Apple also appears to have switched on external testing for iOS 9 apps in TestFlight. Designers have been frustrated that Apple did not provide this performance sooner as it has made extensive beta screening of upcoming apps very bothersome.

iOS 9 for designers includes feature like Spotlight search combination, iPad multitasking, native Watch apps and a lot more. If everything goes to strategy, there will be a huge library of apps updated for iOS 9 when iOS 9 launches on the 16th September.

(If you are a developer submitting a cool app utilizing the brand-new iOS 9 functions, let us know.)

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