My app, created with Adobe DPS 2015, was rejected by Apple.
Restoring In-App Purchase
We found that your app includes a feature to restore previously purchased In-App Purchase products by entering the user's Apple ID and password. However, the application does not have any In-App Purchases that can be restored.
It would be appropriate to revise your binary to remove this feature.
I can't find where I can edit or disable the “account” app menu button, that takes the user to the “Restore In-App Purchase” option, that is not working.
Since I'm publishing a free magazine with free articles, the initial idea is that no login is needed with any account neither the “Restore In-App Purchase” option would be available.
Is there a way to disable the account menu button?
How do I configure the “Restore In-App Purchase” option?
I'm not 100% certain about this, but I think the error you are seeing is generated because you are using your real Apple ID to authenticate in your app. You need to use an iTunes sandbox account to actually test this.
I noticed that the apps in the #MadeWithDPS gallery have the same “account” and "restore purchase" buttons, but the behaviours are different.
In Qantas and Swiss Airline magazines, when I click in “restore purchase”, I get the message “the content can't be viewed at the moment" and it returns to the app.
In my app, when I click "restore purchase", it asks for my iTunes password. After I type it, I get the message “The Apple ID couldn't be found or the password is incorrect. Try again later” and it returns to the "restore purchase" option.