Apple is reportedly working to allow third-party app stores on the iPhone in the upcoming iOS 17 update.
This means that users will be able to download apps from third-party app stores such as the Google Play Store and others
This feature has been highly requested by users and developers and likely to reality soon with upcoming Apple's iOS 17 update.
This change is likely driven by the European Union’s Digital Markets Act, which directs companies to allow third-party app installations by March 2024.
As a result, Apple is reportedly working to allow alternative app stores on the iPhone for the first time ever.
This feature more likely to benefit developers, has they can avoid the 15% to 30% fees that Apple currently charges for in-app transactions and purchasable apps for the first year.
We will have to wait and see how this change could impact the overall user experience and security of the iOS platform
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