Apple rolls out iOS 14.5 with 'app tracking transparency' privacy feature

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Apple rolls out iOS 14.5 with 'app tracking transparency' feature
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Apple rolls out iOS 14.5 with 'app tracking transparency' feature

Users will have to opt in if they want their online activities to be tracked by an app

Technology giant Apple announced on Monday that it has started rolling out iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 update, bringing several new features and improvements for iPhone and iPads users. The company said...

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