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The conventional wisdom is Apple’s limits on third-party tracking will damage Facebook’s ad business. But whether it actually does is far from certain.

iOS 14.5 brings big privacy changes and a lot of questions

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Pattern Matching

Epic Games’ ambush shows how antitrust scrutiny has changed the app store landscape

A conversation about the HAGS app for iOS

Photo illustration. Photo courtesy of Jameel Shivji

‘I don’t know why iOS still doesn’t let you do this.’

iMessage is still the stickiest part of iOS

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With a new focus on services, Apple abandons the pretense that you should look away

It’s called the Significant Locations list, and you probably didn’t know it existed

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