The update addresses a new feature that allows you to install apps directly from the developer’s website, but this feature is limited to the European Union for now. Additionally, iOS 17.5 introduces a new system for detecting and disabling unwanted trackers, including those that aren’t part of Apple’s Find My network.

Although the update brings a few design changes, the main focus seems to be compliance with the EU Digital Markets Law. We can expect a public release of iOS 17.5 by mid-to-late May, which will be the final update before Apple announces iOS 18 at WWDC in June.

Source: Ferra

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