Apple's App Store Review Guidelines - updated for HomeKit, HealthKit and TestFlight

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Apple has recently updated the App Store Review Guidelines to cover new capabilities for Home and Health that will appear in iOS 8. Take a look at the new guidelines online at You can also use the links in the document to get to sections at the end covering HomeKit, HealthKit and TestFlight.


RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder and Appmethod now include support for Bluetooth (System.Bluetooth) supporting both Bluetooth Classic (System.Bluetooth.TBluetoothDevice) and Bluetooth Low Energy. Use Bluetooth Classic with App Tethering to connect your desktop and mobile apps. Use BlueTooth Low Energy to connect your apps to devices, gadgets and wearables.

You can use Bluetooth components and runtime libraries in your FireMonkey and VCL applications. The following table shows the platform support on Windows, OSX, iOS and Android.




We're looking forward to the release of iOS 8 and OSX Yosemite in the near future. Our R&D teams are working with the betas of both operating system releases. Stay tuned for further news.



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