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Apple Is Killing a Billion-Dollar Ad Industry With One Popup

The new iOS 14 privacy feature spells trouble for advertisement agencies and promises to end an era of personalized ads

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When Apple’s WWDC 2020 digital-only Keynote event kickstarted, all eyes were on the new mac OS Big Sur and the ambitious Apple Silicon chips.




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Anupam Chugh

Anupam Chugh

Debugger at Better Programming. Pouring thoughts into technology and code. Writer with 3M+ views. An iOS dev by the day. Sometimes funny.

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