Do you know of a place where a summary of the changes between versions of the agreement is presented (perhaps somewhere on one of Apple`s sites and I just missed them)? GitHub is home to more than 50 million developers who work together to host and verify code, manage projects and create software together. I have an email from Apple ”This certificate will no longer be valid in 30 days. To create a new certificate, visit the certificates, identifiers and profiles in your account. I sign up for the developer website, it displays the message ”Apple Developer Program`s licensing agreement has been updated.” My doubt is whether I already have to submit my app back in the Appstore? If I have to pay an amount for the license agreement update. My app use push notification service, Please give advice From time to time Apple updates their iOS Developer Program license agreement, but unfortunately they give no indication as to what they have changed since the previous version of the agreement. This means that after each change, I have to read the agreement in its entirety and I hope I will take some of the new things they have introduced. Millions of developers and companies build, send and expect their software on GitHub, the world`s largest and most advanced development platform. I`m not sure you`ll really have to search the content with each new update looking for changes. In this case, it may be enough to rely on the different sources of information, as they tend to highlight only the important changes (or rather the most important changes). As a general rule, the changes are minor and do not deserve to be mentioned.
But if Apple makes significant changes, places like MacStories, 9to5Mac, MacRumors and Daring Fireball (among others) will include them. In the past, even the FER has kept articles on the licensing agreement. The www.appstorereviewguidelineshistory.com is for verification policies, not for the iOS Developer Program licensing agreement ”Users bought the app, don`t disturb in a certain Weay.” 🙂 Export PDFs to MS Word, then use Check/Compare to view differences. (different things for push notifications. but is another story. Your server has invalid login information…) An alternative could be an application that offers a visual difference between two PDF documents. I`ve tried DiffPDF, but it turns out that this application isn`t sophisticated enough to handle the changes that accumulate after a few pages. If you have another proposal, it would be welcome.