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What the New Apple Privacy Rules Mean for iOS Products

How iOS 14.5 will impact apps that use analytics, advertising, or tracking

Photo by Claudio Schwarz | @purzlbaum on Unsplash

As a consultant working with customers to develop mobile strategies and build apps, I’ve been watching the new Apple Privacy rules closely. They have been popular with users so far, so they look like they’re here to stay. If your business is built…

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Gabrielle Earnshaw

Gabrielle Earnshaw

Mobile app strategy and development. Mobile Subject Matter Expert / Practice Lead at @InfinityWorks, and creator of @Tasktimerappuk and Windsurf Caddy

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