Apple iOS 13 will better protect user privacy, but more could be done

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Last week, Apple introduced several new privacy features to its latest mobile operating system, iOS 13. The Internet, predictably, expressed doubt, questioning Apple’s oversized influence, its exclusive pricing model that puts privacy out of reach for anyone who can’t drop hundreds of dollars on a mobile phone, and its continued, near-dictatorial control of the App store, which can, at a moment’s notice, change the rules to exclude countless apps.

At Malwarebytes, we sought to answer something different: Do the new iOS features actually provide meaningful privacy protections?

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