I got the following a few days ago (I don't check my Mac email often):
High-Resolution App Icon and Newsstand Cover Art for Retina Display
Starting in July, newly submitted iOS apps require high-resolution icons and cover art. Large icons and Newsstand cover art must have a minimum resolution of 1024 x 1024 pixels. To change your app icons or cover art, go to the Manage Your Applications module on iTunes Connect. For more information, see the Custom Icon and Image Creation Guidelines in the iOS Developer Library.
And this as well, expanded iTunes territories:
We are adding 32 new territories to the App Store:
Albania Benin Bhutan
Burkina Faso Cambodia Cape Verde
Chad Congo Fiji
Gambia Guinea-Bissau Kyrgyzstan
Laos Liberia Malawi
Mauritania Micronesia Mongolia
Mozambique Namibia Nepal
Palau Papua New Guinea Sao Tome e Principe
Seychelles Sierra Leone Solomon Islands
Swaziland Tajikistan Turkmenistan
Before you can sell your apps in the new territories, you must agree to the new iOS Paid Applications or Mac OS X Paid Applications contract. To view all current and outstanding contracts, see the Contracts, Tax and Banking module on iTunes Connect.
Once you have agreed to the new contracts, your apps will be available in all new territories. To manage the territories for your app, see the Rights and Pricing section in the Manage Your Applications module on iTunes Connect. Note that pricing for the new territories is in U.S. dollars (USD).