Apple pushed out 3 news items for developers today: editing metadata once you've submitted an app for review, how to prepare in-app purchases for app review, and using the same app name for iPhone/iPad and Mac apps.

Highlights after the break!

On editing metadata:

Once you have submitted your app for review, there is certain metadata which cannot be edited, such as keywords and the name of your app. However, some metadata can be edited at any time, such as screen shots, your marketing description, and your support URL. [More]

On preparing in-app purchases for app review:

If you are using In App Purchase for the first time, be sure to submit both the In App Purchase items and the binary at the same time. Don't forget that every item you want to offer must first be created in iTunes Connect [More]

On using the same name for iPhone/iPad and Mac apps

You can now submit a Mac OS X version of your app to the Mac App Store with the identical name as your iOS app on the App Store. Having the same name for your app on both the App Store and Mac App Store allows you to maintain the consistency of your brand and makes your app easily recognizable to customers. [More]

And don't forget, iTunes connect will be closed Thursday, December 23 to Tuesday, December 28 for the winter holidays!