Last year, Apple announced changes to the App Store guidelines. Among them was the ability for the user to delete the account with all private information, if the application had the functionality to create an account. This possibility has been postponed twice before.
But now the company has set an end date when developers are required to give the user the ability to delete their account. This must be in effect from June 30 this year.
If your app doesn’t include significant account-based features, let people use it without a log-in. If your app doesn’t include significant account-based features, let people use it without a login. If your app supports account creation, you must also offer account deletion within the app. Apps may not require users to enter personal information to function, except when directly relevant to the core functionality of the app or required by law.
Additionally, it should be noted that it should be easy for the user to find such an opportunity. And if the Sign in with Apple method was used for login, the developer must make sure that the user’s token was revoked after deleting the account.
The policy also clearly states that applications should be able to delete the account with all personal information, and not to suspend it.