Under the new rules, developers will no longer be able to display review prompts however and whenever they’d like. Instead, there’ll be two key restrictions that should reduce headaches for everyone: First, apps will be required to use a new Apple-made review prompt, which allows users to leave a rating without exiting an app. That’s a huge convenience that may well get a lot more people to leave ratings. Apple introduced the rating prompt a few months ago, but it’s been optional up until now.
I have one or two of these apps that pester me every few days. I'd delete them if I didn't use them. At this point, I choose not to leave a rating out of spite. Very glad Apple seems to be cracking down on this.
In the meantime, devleopers, cool your jets.