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Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
No, but if the developer is going to release on the App Store, then they better not be using restricted APIs. Otherwise it will never get approved. And on the flip side, if they aren't on the App Store, but using restricted APIs, and Apple removes or changes the API, then there is going to be a very broken app and many unhappy customers, especially if the app proceeds to screw up their computer.
And on the 3rd side of the 2-sided coin here… as part of the sandboxing rules, there are APIs that App Store apps are restricted from using, but can and are used by non-App Store apps.
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