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The reservations feature, launched in 2017, only allowed reservations up to three months in advance.
Apple has modified the policies of its official App Store ‘software’ store, and now allows application developers to open the reservation period for their ‘apps’ six months before publishing them.
Since the arrival of reservations to the App Store in 2017, the Apple platform offered the creators of ‘apps’ the possibility that users could reserve them 90 days before their official launch, that is, with an advance of three months.
Now, as Apple has announced through its developer support website, the company has modified this section of its policy so that applications can be reserved even earlier, up to 180 days – six months – before their arrival on the market.
This measure allows application creators to take advantage of this additional time to continue developing the functions, services and content of their ‘software’ while “generating more excitement” among the public, according to the US company.
As was the case up to now with pre-reservations, users who use them will receive a notification and then it will be automatically downloaded to their devices within 24 hours.