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iOS 17.5 lets EU iPhone users to download apps directly from websites. An image of a person holding an iPhone with the screen visible, displaying the home screen with various app icons. The phone is superimposed over a larger icon representing the App Store, which is in turn in front of a background stylized with the European Union flag, consisting of a circle of gold stars on a blue field. The image suggests a feature of iOS 17.5 that allows European Union iPhone users to download apps directly from websites, which is a departure from the previous requirement of downloading apps exclusively through the App Store.

iOS 17.5 lets EU iPhone users to download apps directly from websites

Apple is set to allow users in the European Union to begin downloading apps from...

Suswati Basu 2 weeks

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