The app was rejected because it used a private API, which goes against Apple’s rules. Arumugam says on his blog there was a bug in Apple’s SDK that led to a “zombie” keyboard popping up and not going away. To get around the problem he used a private API.
When Apple rejected his app, he decided to email Steve Jobs and explain why he had a private API in his code.
A few hours later, Jobs called him up to explain why Apple doesn’t allow private APIs. After his chat with Jobs, Arumugam figured out a new solution and his app was accepted.
Pretty neat! But there has to be a more efficient way for Apple to deal with developers, no?
via: Apple Insider
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