During a developer session at WWDC in June, Apple revealed that it would soon make uploading screenshots much easier for developers via iTunes Connect. Now, Apple has posted a new update on its Developer website confirming the change is now rolling out.
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With the change, developers can now submit just one set of screenshots and one optional app preview per device family. In the past, developers would have to upload screenshots for each different iPhone and iPad variant. Now, however, one set of screenshots will be used across all device sizes and localizations.
Apple notes, however, that if your app’s UI or behavior changes based on device say or location, you can still upload custom screen sheets via the new Media Manager in iTunes Connect.
Now it’s easier than ever to deliver your screenshots and app preview using iTunes Connect. Submit just one set of screenshots and one optional app preview per device family, and they will be used across device sizes and localizations.
If your app’s UI or behavior changes based on device size, or if you would like to include localized screenshots, you can use the new Media Manager to add custom screenshots. Learn more by watching What’s New in iTunes Connect from WWDC16.
The changes are accessible via iTunes Connect.