Apple Today reminded the developers That all apps that support account creation must have account deletion functionality by June 30, 2022. This means that if an app allows a person to sign up for an account, there has to be a way to delete said account at a later time.
The account deletion rule was implemented as part of App Store changes introduced in June 2021, and Apple initially required developers to support account deletion by January 31, 2022. That deadline has now been delayed to give developers more time to build up. The changes, and rules, will officially go live at the end of June.
According to Apple’s guidelines, apps should make it easy for users to find an option to delete an account, and it’s not enough for an app to offer to temporarily deactivate or deactivate an account. Should be able to delete an account along with all personal data.
Apple says that some apps in highly regulated industries may use customer service flows for account deletion confirmations, but apps outside those industries should not require people to call, send emails or jump in. Hoops to delete account.
Developers can find out more about account deletion requirements on apple website,