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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To iPad and iPhone App Development by Troy Brant

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Tips for Getting Approved

After your app is in the official submission queue, it can take up to two weeks to get approved. If your app is rejected, you have to fix the problems, resubmit your app, and wait another two weeks for Apple to review the new version. So you could be looking at sitting on your hands and waiting an entire month if you don’t submit the app up to Apple’s standards the first time around.
So what can you do to improve your chances of getting approved the first time? Follow the steps below to have a better chance:
Do not crash:According to Apple, this is the single biggest cause for app rejections. If you specify your app should be released on both iPhone and iPod Touch, for instance, you need to test to make sure it actually ...

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