Apple's trusted certificate — which is used by all third-party apps, Apple Wallet passes, and Safari push notifications and extensions — is set to expire in February 2016, and the manufacturer has issued a new certificate that will be valid until February 7, 2023.
Apple has also set up a support page (opens in new tab) that details how developers can incorporate and test the new certificate. Apple mentions that devs need not recompile or resubmit apps following the change, although any updates rolled out after February 2016 must include the new certificate. The upcoming change will not have any bearing on iOS users, but Mac users on El Capitan will need to switch to version 10.11.2. Snow Leopard customers will receive an update in January that will allow them to continue purchasing content through the Mac App Store:
Source: Apple (opens in new tab)
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