The App Store blocked more than $2 billion in potentially fraudulent transactions and rejected nearly 1.7 million App submissions in 2022, according to a press release from Apple. These applications fail to meet the App Store's strict standards for privacy, security and content.
Apple blocked 428,000 developer accounts and 282 million customer accounts in 2022 for fraud and abuse.
Thanks to new methods and protocols, Apple continued to improve its mechanisms to continuously monitor and quickly detect fraudulent account activity, and the number of developer accounts suspended for suspected fraudulent activity dropped from 802,000 to 428,000.
Apple's Apple Developer Program rejected 105 million apps suspected of fraudulent activity, protecting users from nearly 57,000 untrusted apps from non-compliant stores.
The team reviews an average of more than 100,000 App submissions per week, and nearly 90% are reviewed within 24 hours of submission.
App Review reviewed more than 6.1 million App submissions in 2022, helped more than 185,000 developers launch their apps on the App Store for the first time, and conducted more than 20,000 phone calls with developers to help them identify and resolve issues that led to rejected App submissions.
In 2022, more than 1 billion ratings and reviews were processed, and Apple blocked and removed more than 147 million ratings and reviews that did not meet its review criteria.
Apple blocked a record $2 billion in fraudulent transactions in 2022, barring 714,000 fraudulent accounts from re-trading.
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