Apple rejected the proposal for paragraph 4.2.6
Apple allows you to add apps created on specialized cloud services, provided that you follow all the rules when submitting an app for review.
One of the most important innovations of iOS 11 was the redesigned App Store, which received a new interface, tabs with recommendations of the day, separate categories for games and applications. However, Apple has changed not only the design, but also the rules of application moderation.
Rule 4.2.6 for such applications States: "Applications created on the basis of templates or through generators will be rejected".
Applications built on a commercial pattern or through service generations of applications that will be declined if they were not conveyed directly by the content provider of the application. These services should not send applications on behalf of their customers and should offer tools that enable their customers to create custom, innovative applications.
Another acceptable option for template providers is to create a single binary file to host all client content through a dedicated aggregator.
In other words, Apple allows you to add programs created through special services. But on the condition that they [applications] will not be positioned on behalf of the generator.
Such programs should be sent to the moderation of the application owner. Otherwise, they will not be added to the App Store.
In addition, another rule for VPN applications has been introduced. It requires developers to use the NEVPNManager API and clearly indicate what user data is collected and how it is used. The team of developers of CMS NWICODE has provided all the technical requirements for the created IOS applications and users can only competently place them in the AppStore.