Apple's new ad-tracking technology appears to have had a big effect on the behaviour of users, with an analytics company owned by Verizon Media claiming that it has seen an 87% opt-out rate after two weeks (or a 13% opt-in rate).
Apple enterprise management specialist Jamf announced same-day key feature support and compatibility for Apple's iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5, macOS 11.3 and tvOS 14.5 as they become available.
Before iOS 14.5, it was not possible to use 5G data connectivity on an iPhone 12 when using both the eSIM and a second physical SIM, but as you can see from the attached image, iOS 14.5 has solved this problem.
Apple will enforce new privacy notifications in the weeks ahead, a measure that Facebook and other companies that depend on digital advertising have claimed will affect their revenue.
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