Google is showing developers how to turn off iOS 9’s security features so it can load ads – The Economic Times

To load ads, Google is showing how to turn off iOS 9’s security features

By Julie Bort: Google this week published an interesting blog post which instructed app developers how to disable a major security setting in Apple’s upcoming new iOS 9 operating system so Google could send ads.OS 9 is Apple’s new software update for iPhones and iPads. Apple showed it off at its big developer’s conference in June and we’re expecting Apple to to tell us when it will be released on September 9, its next major event where the newest crop of iPhones and devices should be revealed.Meanwhile, Apple has been releasing documentation on iOS 9 to developers, so they can have their apps ready for it when it launches. This includes information on a security feature called App Transport Security (ATS). ATS requires data to come to iOS 9 devices through a secure “https” encryption setting. That setting means that hackers can’t snoop on your data as it crosses the internet, and it’s been a standard for PC Web browsers for eons.Read more at:

Google is showing developers how to turn off iOS 9’s security features so it can load ads – The Economic Times.