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aquila198
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02/09/15 02:50 PM (4 years ago)

latest waiting times for app review

Hey ya -

Yup, I know, a watched kettle never boils.. yada yada. But dang, I'm on day eight waiting for my peeps in Cupertino to at least take a peek at the updated [previously rejected] binary package.

I submitted the updated code on Sat. 1/31/15. how long are updates taking everyone to get in the lineup?
 
LeonG
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02/09/15 03:02 PM (4 years ago)
since about 1 year my apps always take about 7-10 days from submitting to reviewed and in store.
probably a different team though (Europe).

Everyone hates to wait, but can't do anything about it. keep up the faith ;-)
 
aquila198
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02/09/15 03:38 PM (4 years ago)
Thanks Leon -

This is a little nutty, but after posting, I received the beloved "Your App Status is in review," notification. timing.. too funny -

A smart fella once said "Patience is virtue." I should take that advice -

thanks!
 
SmugWimp
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02/09/15 08:08 PM (4 years ago)
Patience 'is' a virtue. Thank goodness I'm not a virtuous person.

Cheers!

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chris1
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02/10/15 06:31 AM (4 years ago)
The global average is at 8 days right now so you should be getting close...
http://appreviewtimes.com
 
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02/10/15 01:41 PM (4 years ago)
Hey Chris -

Thanks for sharing the site! Great to use as a reference -
 

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