I add NSCalendarsUsageDescription and NSContactsUsageDescription to the app.xml even if I don't need it. I will see if it is accepted by Apple but I guess it will.
I will report back in case someone would have the same issue.
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Are you also using some ANE's in your application? You are seeing this message because we have upgraded to iOS 10 in AIR 25.
Krati | Adobe AIR Engineering
Yes i Use PermissionCheck from MyFlashLabs. So it might be the culprit.
After adding NSCalendarsUsageDescription and NSContactsUsageDescription to the app.xml even if I don't use it, I was able to submit to the app store without issue.
I am also having the same bug, and I am also using PermissionCheck from MyFlashLabs.
I have opened an issue in their Github page, and in the meanwhile I will be using the same solution as you.
Did Apple publish your app?