The ongoing Epic Games vs. Apple trial had revealed a lot of details about the inner workings of these companies. During the trial, Apple’s App Store VP Matt Fischer told the court that Apple always highlights apps from its competitors on the App Store.
Data collected by analytics firm Flurry reveals that only 4% of the iPhone users in the United States have enabled app tracking after updating their device to iOS 14.5. The figures are based on a sample size of 2.5 million daily mobile active users.
Following the footsteps of Apple, Google will soon require app developers to explicitly declare what kind of data their app collects. This comes only months after Apple announced its App Store ‘Nutrition Labels’ at the WWDC 2020 event.
Apple’s unethical behavior towards different app developers has been the talk for quite some time now. A day after it was revealed that Apple struggled to ‘convince’ Netflix not to drop in-app purchase support, new documents have unveiled that Apple gave Hulu access to some special App Store APIs.
Twitter today rolled out its new feature called ‘Tip Jar.’ Tip Jar lets you tip any creator directly through the creator’s profile.
Google is taking an important step in making its users’ accounts more secure. The company will soon start enabling two-factor authentication for all Google account by default.
Scores of White Hat hackers participate in Bug Bounty Programs and win huge rewards. Typically the exploits are handed over to the concerned company and published only after it is fixed. A new report highlights how the Chinese government used a prize-winning iPhone hack and turned it into a surveillance tool to spy on Uyghur Muslims.
A number of iPhone owners are reporting performance issues after updating their device to iOS 14.5.1. Post the update, their iPhones seem to be throttling for unknown reasons, leading to lower than usual benchmark scores and slower performance in CPU intensive apps. The issue only seems to affect a limited number of iPhones running iOS 14.5.1.