You need to submit your app for review to make it live to the App Store. Before proceeding to submit your iOS app for review, you need to fulfill the following prerequisites:
Designing your App Store product page means providing the required screenshots, app details, and other information about the app.
You need to provide app screenshots for different iOS devices. When creating screenshots to be posted to the store, you need the specific size of screenshots related to iPhone or iPad. Specifications of screenshots are to be kept in mind while uploading them. You should always provide screenshots in portrait or landscape mode and use the highest resolution Retina devices to make the screenshots.
You can click on the Choose File button and upload the screenshots for each device respectively.
You need to provide app details that would help your iOS app to get discovered on the App Store. The following app details will be required:
Before proceeding to submit the app for review, you need to select the iOS build. Click on the plus (+) icon.
A pop will open up.
Select the build that you want to submit for review. Click the Done button.
In this section, you need to provide the general app information, which includes app version, copyright, and routing info.
In this section, you need to provide the App review information, such as if login is mandatory in your app or not, contact information if the reviewing team wants to provide any feedback, and so on.
You need to provide the following app review information:
In this section, you need to select when to release the version of your app. You can either automatically released the version right after it has been approved by App Review or you can also manually release it at a later date on the App Store Connect website or in App Store Connect for iOS. There are three options:
Click on the App Information button to go to the App information page.
Here, you need to define the app information, such as app name, category, and so on.
In this section, you need to enter the localizable information about the app.
If you want to publish your app in two languages, then you will have to provide two names for the app. One for each language.
The name and subtitle of your app will be reviewed before publishing your app.
This section contains the info, such as bundle ID, the primary language of your app, SKU, app category, and so on. Some fields are pre-filed which is defined while creating an App Store Connect record for the app.
In this section, you can view the app on App Store or remove the app from the App Store. You can also the edit the user access in this section.
In this section, you can define the pricing and availability of the app.
In this section, enter the app privacy details. The following privacy details are required:
In this field, you need to provide information that what data your app collects from the app.
After providing the app details, screenshots, and privacy information, and selecting the app build, you can proceed to submit the app for review.
If Apple rejects your build or metadata, the app status changes to Rejected, and App Store Connect users are notified of the specific issues.