The One Solution to Facebook’s Tracking Fiasco and Their “War” on Apple

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If you are confused by the recent barrage of news about Facebook’s displeasure with Apple’s change in tracking policy, and wonder how it will affect you, don’t be.

There is really no need to go into the details. After following these simple steps, you no longer need to bother yourself reading another article covering Facebook’s displeasure.

  1. Make sure you are on iOS 14.4
  2. Go to the settings app
  3. Tap on privacy
  4. Tap on Tracking
  5. Make sure that “Allow Apps to Request to Track” is unchecked/off

There! You are done! Check the image link above for a visual guide if you cannot follow the above instructions.

Pass these instructions to a friend who is equally confused about the Facebook complaints as you are, and they too will be relieved of further worries.


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