Apple released its most demanding software update-iOS 14.5. It’s not a major update but brings a lot of improvements such as unlocking phones with the help of Apple watch, Airtags Support, the most important feature people are looking for is App Tracking Transparency Feature.
Compatible Devices for the Update:
iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Pro, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone SE (2020) and iPhone SE (2016), iPod Touch (7th gen)
New Features in The Update
Probably the greatest feature coming to the iPhone is the manner by which you can open your phone utilizing the Apple Watch. With iOS 14.5, Apple Watch fundamentally opens your iPhone when you use FaceID while wearing a cover. At the point when you lift your iPhone to turn on the screen, and you will get haptic input on the Apple Watch to indicate that your iPhone has been opened. Clearly, the gadgets should be in nearness to work this feature in any case.
The new app tracking transparency requests users for their permission prior to permitting any application to gather their information.
After this change, you’ll see a warning and choose whether you need to allow or reject the following and sharing of your information.
Fb and Google utilizes this information base to create advertisements explicitly for every user (designated promotions) and to decide the effectiveness of each ad.
This conflicts with the models of Facebook and Google if clients decline such requests.
Because Facebook and Google will not be able to give targeted advertising to their users.
Facebook’s counter-argument is that personalized ads are a best option for small businesses as it helps them in selling products on FB & Instagram. Facebook even launched a new ad campaign called “Good Ideas deserve to be Found” where they criticize Apple for focusing on small business.