Apple today made a couple of little declarations for engineers and clients. Most importantly, the organization has pushed a little refresh for the Apple Support application on iOS. Besides, Apple added new abilities to Transporter, its summon line conveyance instrument.
The Apple Support application has been refreshed to adaptation 2.1, bringing clients “execution enhancements and bug settles.” It’s not a noteworthy refresh, but rather with a developing number of clients getting to Apple Support due to the iPhone battery repair program, execution upgrades are unquestionably invited.
In the interim, in a post on its engineer blog, Apple declared that designers would now be able to utilize Transporter to transfer application reviews to iTunes Connect. Apple clarifies:
Transporter integrates with your content management system to deliver your app metadata in bulk using XML, which is especially useful for adding and managing multiple localizations.
Here’s Apple’s portrayal of what precisely Transporter is:
Transporter is Apple’s Java-based command-line tool to validate metadata and assets and deliver them directly to iTunes. Partners must be approved by the Transporter qualification process in order to use this delivery method.
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