Did you know that Apple was tracking your engagement on the iPhone?
Well, they were. Luckily Apple's new iPhone operating system, iOS 6 comes a new feature that allows users to limit developers from tracking their every move for targeted advertising.
We knew there had to be a silver lining to default iOS 6 maps.
Apple warned developers that their access to UDIDs (your unique iPhone identifier) would be severely limited in March and now, with the switch of a button, that's finally the case.
If you've embraced the "do not track" movement — which, according to Pew, is the sentiment of 66 percent of the U.S. population — here's an easy step-by-step guide for how to limit ad tracking.
The process is really easy, albeit more counterintuitive than you'd think.
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