iPhone owners who have updated to iOS 14.5.1 can no longer downgrade their software to iOS 14.5.
According to new data released by analytics firm Flurry, only 4% of iPhone users in the U.S. have allowed app tracking since ATT's launch.
Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.4.2, meaning users can only install iOS 14.5 or newer from here on out.
A new support document from Apple confirms that its new App Tracking Transparency changes in iOS 14 are disabled for some users including children.
New guidance that accompanies Apple's recent App Tracking Transparency changes says developers will not be allowed to offer incentives to get people to opt-in to tracking.
The update also adds App Tracking Transparency, more diverse Siri voice options, new emojis, and incident reporting in Apple Maps.
Apple has released a new video to its YouTube channel that breaks down App Tracking Transparency in a way only Apple could.
When iOS 14.5 releases to the public next week, headphone users will be able to answer incoming calls with the help of SIri.
An iOS developer has said planned changes to iOS 14 and tracking users will be an atomic bomb for advertising.
Google's Android 12 release looks set to get a privacy feature iOS 14 users have been enjoying for months.
According to new data from Mixpanel, adoption of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 has crossed 90% for compatible devices.
Apple has issued another reminder for developers to get their apps ready for AppTrackingTransparency which will launch with iOS 14.5.
The issue, which blocked search results in Safari for users who had the 'Limit Adult Websites' filter on, is now fixed in the latest iOS 14.5 beta.
A new report says upcoming tracking changes in iOS 14 may have a big impact on advertisers, but that they will recover.
Apple has released a new version of iOS 14 which patches a security feature it says "may have been actively exploited".
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