iOS Question Screenshots do not sufficiently show your app in use

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Hi guys I recently uploaded my app to the Apple Team for review I added the screenshots in the sizes they requested but I keep getting this message (I don't have an Apple device)

We noticed that your screenshots do not sufficiently show your app in use.
Specifically, your 6.7-inch iPhone, 5.5-inch iPhone, iPad Pro (2nd Gen), and iPad Pro (6th Gen) screenshots do not show the actual app in use in the majority of the screenshots.

To help users understand your app’s functionality and value, your screenshots should highlight your app's core concept. For example, a gaming app should feature screenshots that capture actual gameplay within the app.

Any advice or workaround for this - Thanks!
 

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Without knowing what the pictures you have submitted look like, it will be difficult to give tips. One tip would be to use screenshots that show your app in use.
Here are a few examples of the images i uploaded they have the right size according to what they request to upload - Thanks!
 

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mcqueccu

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They were dimensioned to the sizes the Apple team required to upload them
Yes I know about the dimensions but the point I am making is, you squeezed it and its very obvious and glare that those with the FS are edited and did not come from actual Device.

You said you do not have physical device, so I believe you are using Xcode on Mac. I think you can create different device sizes in the Apple simulator and take the screenshot.

For me, I use hosted builder, but I compile and run in appetize.io which has different screen sizes for screenshot.
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Yes I know about the dimensions but the point I am making is, you squeezed it and its very obvious and glare that those with the FS are edited and did not come from actual Device.

You said you do not have physical device, so I believe you are using Xcode on Mac. I think you can create different device sizes in the Apple simulator and take the screenshot.

For me, I use hosted builder, but I compile and run in appetize.io which has different screen sizes for screenshot.
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Thank you for you reply well i used appetize but when i attempt to upload the images the system does not accept it and it require me to set the to the size they are requesting that the only way that I'm able to upload the images resizing them
 

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MrKim

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I went though this. You need to resize them without distorting them. I had to do a lot of fiddling to make it work because I didn't have all the devices either.
 
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