Xcode 14.1 is required to submit to the App Store starting April 25th.

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Apple has warned developers submitting apps to the App Store that they will soon need to use Xcode 14.1 or later to be accepted.

A notice posted to Apple Developer News and Updates announces a change in App Store submission requirements effective April 25th. From this date, developers need to build their apps using Xcode 14.1 or later in order to be considered.

While Apple requires apps to be built using Xcode 14.1 or later, version 14.2 is currently available in the Mac App Store and Xcode 14.3 will be released soon.

Developers already using Xcode 14.1 do not need to update their development environment.

Apple periodically releases updates to its App Store submission requirements, with changes forcing developers to use newer and more up-to-date versions of Xcode.