finally admitted in writing they hold the web to much higher standard than apps in their own app store.
If you don't want to try to make these APIs available to apps in a safe way, fine, but don't block users from installing other browsers then.


Just wondering if it has something to do with the 30% cut they get from the App Store. 🤔
Why innovate when you can block commoditized open technologies from competing with your cash cow?

Apple mustn't be the gatekeeper of tech evolution. There are standard groups (e.g. @tag) consisting of (and cooperating with) extremely smart people from diverse backgrounds who have your web privacy and security on their mind, not Apple's bottom line.

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