The popular Camera+ app has had its latest update rejected by Apple. The VolumeSnap feature, the update in question, would of allowed the use of the iPhone’s volume buttons to control the camera’s shutter. This seems like it would of been a useful feature to have in Camera+ – here’s Apple’s official reason for the rejection…..
"Your application cannot be added to the App Store because it uses iPhone volume buttons in a non-standard way, potentially resulting in user confusion. Changing the behavior of iPhone external hardware buttons is a violation of the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement. Applications must adhere to the iPhone Human Interface Guidelines as outlined in the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement section 3.3.7".
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