iPhone developers get e-mail help, line length clues

Apple has made a couple of small changes to its iPhone Dev Center that partially address issues developers have raised since the launch of the App Store over a year ago. It has added an App Store Review Status graphic to the site, giving developers a general idea of the wait time that all developers are facing for application approvals. The Status is based upon “current app submissions,” and offered as a percentage approved within a timeframe, so its accuracy will vary on a case-by-case basis. The site has also begun to publicize a new “all issues” escalation email address, allowing developers with urgent bug fixes in need of priority service to get their questions answered. [via TUAW]

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