Apple today announced that it has updated the App Review process in the App Store. In the future, as long as the app is already on the App Store, except for legal issues, the update for bug fixes will not be postponed due to violation of the guidelines. It also allows developers to resolve violations the next time they submit updates, giving developers greater tolerance.
This means that in the future, if developers want to release bug fixes and updates, it will be faster and easier, although there may be factors that violate the guidelines, as long as they do not violate the law, Apple will first allow developers to release updates. In addition to appealing whether the app violates the guidelines, developers can now also make suggestions for improvement.