If you buy a product such as a smartphone, tablet, computer, or TV, you would be annoyed if you receive news from the company you are upgrading when a new model is released come from? We can imagine that not everyone will be excited about it, but Apple has more or less done that.
According to some iPhone users Apple seems to send push notifications to iPhone users to remind them to upgrade their devices. IOS developer Steve Lederer shared a screenshot of such a notification, although it was pointed out that he had received it when he was part of Apple's iPhone upgrade program.
In response, Lederer says, "I think so? Still, it feels like an abuse of push notification. Bottom line: Most people do not like having stores send them unsolicited push notifications so they can buy something. Feels like Best Buy is doing something … not Apple Retail.
Are not such ads included in the app review policies? I think Section 4.5.3 clearly states, "Do not use Apple Services to spam, phish or send unwanted messages to customers, including Game Center, push notifications, etc." pic.twitter.com/cdcq1lhaTF
– Steve Lederer (@ stevieled5) December 7, 2018
The developer also points to the App Review Guidelines, in which Apple clearly mentions how push notifications should be used. "Do not use Apple Services to spam, phish, or send unsolicited messages to customers, including Game Center, push notifications, and more." Some indicate how notifications can be disabled, but others suggest This is the case As Apple is desperate to increase sales after reports of sales of the new iPhones were below average.
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