I have recently send my app for submission to App Store and it got rejected with this message:
We have discovered one or more issues with your recent delivery for "App". To process your delivery, the following issues must be corrected:
Deprecated API Usage - Apple no longer accepts submissions of apps that use QuickTime APIs.
Once these issues have been corrected, go to the Version Details page and click "Ready to Upload Binary." Continue through the submission process until the app status is "Waiting for Upload." You can then deliver the corrected binary.
The App Store team
I am using AIR Runtime for my application. What could be the problem ? Can anybody advise how to fix this ?
then you'll need to wait for a newer air release that doesn't use quicktime or use some other framework to build your app.
unfortunately, making changes without prior warning is standard apple operating procedure. my guess is a lot of ios frameworks are going to be having the same problem until the frameworks are updated to comply with apple's latest demands.
Have you had any feedback from Adobe on when/if there is going to be a fix for this issue? I am also seeing it when creating apps with Flash Builder and it means it is impossible to release or update any apps to the Mac app store!
Have you had any further updates or found a workaround?
This seems like a pretty big issue for developing AIR apps for the Mac app store (i.e. you now can't) but the lack of noise around this makes me think that maybe not many people do?
I agree it is a huge problem - question is, how many Mac developers are there out there using AIR? The issue on bugbase doesn't seem to be getting too many votes:
so either it isn't being used much or a whole bunch of developers are going to get a shock next time they try to do an update.