Macrumors has the scoop on a new development regarding developer rejections to the App Store. Apparently Apple has started putting their rejections under a Non-Disclosure Agreement, a move that is sure to piss off a growing number of developers who are already annoyed with what they perceive to be Apple’s arbitrary rejection of applications. What recourse would Apple have against a developer with a rejected application is beyond me. There’s a lot of bad press lately surrounding Apple and its rejections of certain applications, but this is not the way for Apple to handle it. The only rational explanation I can think of is that a rejection letter might give some insight into Apple’s future plans for iPhone functionality.