This article provides information on how you can check on the Apple Appstore Connect why your app is rejected and as such not available on Apple Store.
You wanted to download your app from the Apple Store but you couldn't find it or you wished to check the reasoning behind Apple's rejection of your iOS app you submitted.
- Login at Appstore Connect with your Apple developer credentials.
- Click on "My Apps"
- Select the app you are interested in. Usually, the following red-highlighted message appears at the top of the listing:
App review has rejected this version. Visit Resolution Center
- Click the Resolution Center link to view the rejection message.
- Here you'll find a rejection code with a short description. Apple often attaches screenshots as well. If you understand the reason for the rejection, you can make any necessary changes within the app, then contact support so we may resubmit the application.
Note: For a full list of rejection reasons, refer to Apple Support article App Store Review Guidelines. We have created seperate KBs for the most common ones that we have encountered. If Apple rejects your App or you don't believe it can pass its review process, you can still publish for Android and Web App! Web App publishes are automatic, and Google tends to have less strict guidelines.
You will have spotted the reason your iOS app is rejected and therefore not available on the Apple Store.