Apple has been silent the matter despite several requests for comment, but today, Apple marketing manager Phil Schiller explained the reas for the rejecti of a reader MacStories and other Apple customers Apple Reddit to recsider. In the email, Schiller says that the Valve applicati violates a number of guidelines and that Apple is working with the Valve team to rectify the problem.
We deeply care about bringing great games to all our users the App Store. We would like Valve games and services to be iOS and AppleTV. Unfortunately, the review team discovered that the Steam iOS Valve applicati, such as it is currently submitted, violates a number of guidelines regarding user-generated ctent, the integrated shopping, ctent codes, etc.
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 csistent with the store's guidelines. We put a lot of effort into creating an App Store that offers the best experience for everye.
We have clear guidelines that all developers must follow so that the App Store is a safe place for all users and a fair opportunity for all developers.
The Steam Link app is designed to allow Steam users to play Steam Games iPhone, iPad or Apple TV using a …