After rejecti, Phil Schiller says that Apple is working with Valve to bring Steam Link to iOS

Earlier this week, Valve said that Apple had rejected its Steam Link app for iOS, despite initial approval earlier this mth. Now, in an email sent to a handful of frustrated Steam users, Vice President Apple Phil Schiller addresses the situati …

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In email, d & # 39; first shared Reddit, Schiller says that Apple cares deeply "

He adds that the review team of the App Store found that the games and services of Valve were iOS and Apple TV. The applicati Stream Link violated "a number of guidelines". Schiller says that the applicati violates the guidelines regarding user-generated ctent, ctent codes and more:

We wish to bring exciting games to all our users. We would like Valve games and services to be iOS and AppleTV.

Unfortunately, the review team discovered that the Steam iOS Valve applicati, as it is currently submitted, violates a number of guidelines regarding user-generated ctent, Schiller integrated purchases says that Apple has discussed these issues with Valve and acknowledged that both companies are working together to bring the Steam Link app to the App Store in a manner that adheres to Apple Guidelines

We have discussed these issues with Valve and will ctinue to work with them to help bring the Steam experience to iOS and AppleTV in a manner that is csistent with the shop .. .

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