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Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Apple lays down the ground rules for default third-party browser and email apps


In a recently published support document, Apple outlined several guidelines and parameters for third-party developers of browsers and email apps, which they'll need to comply with for replacing the company's own default clients on the iPhone.

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