When you’re ready to submit the app for App Review, iTunes Connect walks you through a final set of questions.
For information about setting the initial values, see Creating an iTunes Connect Record for an App.
iTunes Connect displays information about an app rejection, including any specific App Review Guidelines that caused the app to be rejected. You can also view communications about your submission to Beta App Review on this page.
Then submit your app to be reviewed. After a successful review, your app is put on sale in the App Store.
If you don't include this information, the app review process may be delayed and your app could be rejected. For more details on providing App Review Information, read the iTunes Connect Developer Guide.
Viewing App Information. You can view the app metadata as entered in iTunes Connect and as it will appear in the store for a given language.
This section of the iTunes Connect Application Record provides localized information about the application, what it does, any modifications to new versions, keywords used in search and iAd support and any supporting URLs.
Once you have created an app build, you can submit your app to the Apple App Store through iTunes Connect.
I'm trying to upload an iOS app for review using Xcode's Organizer and I've encountered two problems: Case 1. Binary uploads but when I press Submit for Review iTunes Connect gives the error: Your app information could not be saved.
I received a metadata rejection which is a common way for Apple to request more information about an app.