Fingerprint tracking on mobile tabs is no longer allowed.
Although Apple requires application developers to provide privacy and data collection information, the secret and active tracking of mobilizers has not diminished. The problem is usually not with the app developers themselves, but with the advertising companies that use their services to display ads in their apps.
Now, Apple has started a spring cleaning for this reason: it rejects any new apps or app updates that contain components used by certain advertising companies to track, including of course the Adjust SDK. This is because, for blacklisted components, the application does not notify the mobilizer that their device is being tracked using the fingerprint method, nor can it be disabled.
Starting in the spring, all of this will become irrelevant from iOS 14.5: Apple has made it clear that it will no longer allow fingerprint tracking in apps.
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