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Facebook said Wednesday that Apple's upcoming privacy update could make it tougher for the social network to target some iPhone users with ads on other mobile apps.
Apple is expected to release an updated mobile operating system in the fall.
And as part of the update the smartphone maker is requiring apps to ask users for permission Before collecting and sharing data, using a unique code that identifies their mobile Apple devices, called the advertising identifier, or idfa.
This code makes it possible for businesses to better target ads and gauge whether they're working.
fortnight chapter two season four launches Thursday.
Previous year's the switch from one season to the next was met with a giant in game event.
But this time around the real show is publisher Epic Games legal actions against Apple and Google.
The popular Battle Royale game will start its next season in less than a week.
However, iOS players won't experience all the changes coming down the pipe.
iOS users may also miss out on big in game events moving forward as well.
And finally fall guys snatched the crown as the most downloaded game ever.
On the PlayStation Plus subscription service, Sony said on Wednesday, the cutesy chaotic Battle Royale game has been free for subscribers of the PlayStation online gaming service since earlier this month.
ps4 players have been raving about it on social media ever since.
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