How did you receive the message from Section 3.2 (f) of the Apple Developer Program license? Apple doesn`t need more Indies… Better switch to other platforms… they only accept publishers and established third-party companies… Steve Jobs has helped us a lot, but with Tim Cook, I don`t see why I have to keep buying expensive equipment that I don`t use anymore. I was a developer, they don`t want me as a developer anymore, so let`s keep going. I will sell my stuff because there are other things I could invest now to make money. Apple is arrogant. I`m sure other developers who have this situation now think the same thing: I`ll stop buying things dear to apple, because I no longer need to have the ultimate iphone x, ipad pro, apple tv 4k or macbook by touch bar 15″ 512Gb more. I will sell the iphone x and buy i samsung device. Sell the iPad pro because with a Samsung Note 8, I can do anything I need. Apple tv I can replace for Android boxes that allow me to pay Kodi instead of paying for Apple rentals () movies instead of Google, for example . And in the end, Macbooks are really good for working with photos, but if you don`t need to work with photos, because you can`t be a developer….
so get a cheaper laptop instead. Save money. Don`t pay any more for this insulting business that looks like a social mountaineer. Once you`re at the top, you know how it ends… Millions of developers and companies build, send and expect their software on GitHub, the world`s largest and most advanced development platform. Originally, they refused the application saying I needed a written submission to use its name, so I re-imposed the app with a signed letter from the public figure, but now Apple has responded again and asked for its approval. We found that your membership in apple Developer Program or any other membership related to your developer account was used for dishonest or fraudulent activities. This is prohibited in section 3.2 (f) of the Apple Developer Program Licensing Agreement: Apple is now angry at this; New developers who have just signed up are not let go……….
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