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iOS 9 SDK Development by Janie Clayton, Chris Adamson

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Preparing the App for Submission

Currently, our app lacks the polish that we’d expect to see on the App Store. There’s more to address than we can really do in a book of this size—entire books are devoted to iOS app design, after all—but at an absolute minimum, we really need a proper app icon. Since we haven’t created one, what we see in our Simulator home screens is the iOS “generic” icon.

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App Icons

By default, our app has no icon, and it has the name we gave it when we created the project. It looks like the figure—not pretty.

Let’s get to work on that. We’ll start with the name being cut off. Click on the project icon at the top of the File ...

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