Apple stops bundling Python with macOS

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Apple has officially deprecated Python 2.7 in macOS Monterey 12.3. The company is advising its developers to use an alternative programming language instead, such as Python 3, which, however, does not come preinstalled on macOS.

How to contact an iPhone or Mac app developer

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You may want to contact an iPhone, iPad, or Mac app developer for multiple reasons. This includes getting support, requesting a new feature, notifying about a bug, information regarding an update, asking for their next app, and more.

Apple makes it easy and transparent to contact an iOS, iPadOS, or macOS app developer via the App Store. This post will show you five ways to reach the app's developer to get your grievances addressed.