ios 9 bannerWell, well, what do we have here? Shortly after releasing iOS 9.1 to developers, Apple has mentioned that it the green light has been given for developers to submit their work on iOS 9, El Capitan and watchOS 2 apps to the App Store, where it will then be subject to scrutiny before those apps are approved. I suppose this would spark off a frenzied rush by developers to get their apps in, as there is always the first mover advantage situation in which one will be able to hitch a ride on, but do make sure that the apps which are written or developed are worth using and installing, of course.

It also looks like with this announcement, Apple’s review team will have their hands full, trying to ensure that most, if not all, of the submissions will be ready and waiting to be available alongside the iOS 9’s launch on the coming Wednesday. It also looks as though Apple has already turned on external testing for iOS 9 apps in TestFlight, which is a good thing since developers have voiced out their frustrations that Apple failed to offer this functionality earlier on, as not doing so inconvenienced the beta testing of upcoming apps.

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