更新 Oct 23, 2023
Hi, I am writing to bring to your attention an issue that has been experienced by multiple developers, including myself, regarding the review speed of three critical components in both macOS and iOS apps. This discrepancy has caused incidents where users are unable to make payments. The components in question are:
- New app version review
- Subscription plan review
- Lifetime plan review
The problem arises when developers enable the auto-release feature for new app versions. In such cases, the new app version may pass the review and get automatically released, while the subscription and lifetime plans remain under review. This inconsistency leads to payment issues, as the payment plans are integral parts of the app itself.
I believe that the current release pipeline could benefit from improved dependency management. Specifically, if steps 2 and 3 (subscription and lifetime plan reviews) do not both pass, step 1 (new app version review) should not proceed. This would ensure that all components are synchronized and would prevent the aforementioned payment issues.
Thanks and let me know your thoughts!
Best, Yucheng L
- Author:Yucheng L
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