Post Edited By Mike Hartington, Ionic Team.
This post has been seen circulating google results for some time now. While the topic has been in fact deemed to be a fake, we want to make sure that those coming from Google/search results are made aware right away, rather than scrolling all the way down.
Apple/iOS App Store is not banning hybrid apps. Any claims of such are 100% false
Someone showed me a printscreen of an e-mail by iTunesConnect that explicitly says: “Early 2019 new apps created from software or platform like Xamarin, PhoneGap, Appacelerator, Trillian will be rejected” and they are already changing the way they are doing things just because they use ionic and cordova.
I have already an app on App Store and it was built with ionic and cordova. I’m not using a template, the majority of code was built for me except for cordova plugins. My app is unique,it is functional and it has utility for its users.
Just because I use cordova to generate the App, can I be in trouble with that Apple’s rule?