Uploading a New Version of Your App to the App Store

Updated on 11. November 2022 by Jan Bunk


Image with text: Publish an App Update in the Apple App Store

In this guide we'll go over every step needed to upload a new version of your app to the App Store.

Open App Store Connect

Select your app.

Click the plus button in the left menu.

Click the plus button in the left menu.

Enter a new version number higher than the last one and then click 'Create'.

Example: If your last one was 1.0 you can enter 1.1 now. You can see your last version number below the plus button you clicked in the previous step.

Enter a new version number higher than the last one. For example, if your last one was 1.0, you can enter 1.1 now.

Fill out the following fields:

  • Version Information: Describe what's new in this app update.

    Example: Fixed bugs and improved performance. Updated our app icon to our new logo.

  • If you'd like, you can change fields like "Promotional Text", "Keywords", "Support URL", "Marketing URL" and "Description". You can also make changes to your screenshots, you don't have to though. Download Screenshots

  • Update the app review information if it changed since the initial publishing of your app.

Click 'Select a build before you submit your app'

Click 'Select a build before you submit your app'

Pick the newest build (highest build number). If you can't select any build, please try again in about an hour, as Apple might need some time to process it still.

Afterwards, an export compliance dialog might come up. If it does, you can find the answers to the questions in the dialog and more information on export compliance here.

You can now click the "Save" and then the "Add for Review" button at the top right.

A screenshot of the

Afterwards, you may need to confirm the submission on the "App Review" screen by clicking "Submit to App Review".

A screenshot of the

It should then say "Waiting for Review".

A screenshot where it says version 1.0 is waiting for review.

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Author Jan Bunk
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Hi, I'm Jan! I created webtoapp.design in 2019 while studying computer science in university. A lot has changed since then - not only have I graduated, but it's also no longer just me running webtoapp.design. We've grown to a global, fully remote team and have gathered lots of experience around app development and app publishing. We've created and published hundreds of apps in the app stores, where they've been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.