Apple's App Store approval process, just like every cool place's bouncer, tends to be the source of some drama from time to time, so Apple has finally taken interest in the matter and sent out a survey to all iPhone Developer Program members concerning their satisfaction.
While we probably won't ever find out the results of this new undertaking, it's definitely a nice move from Apple to give developers a chance to speak up.
Here are some of the questions being asked:
Please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following aspects of the Application submission process (using iTunes Connect). Please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following aspects of the application review process (using iTunes Connect). Please rate your level of satisfaction with the length of time it takes to get updates available on the App Store. What one thing could Apple do to make the iPhone Developer Program better?Apple made some important changes to the process lately. The approval time is down to a couple hours in certain situations and many new limitations have now been lifted like VoIP over 3G and filming, so I believe it shouldn't be too negative unless developers will bring up old grievances. How do you interpret this? Signs of progress or placebo? [via TechCrunch]