Apple’s iOS screen recording functionality – which was first introduced in version 11 back in 2017 – comes in handy when you’re making how-to videos, testing UI/UX for your apps, or simply recording gameplay while you crush it on Fortnite. Unfortunately, the feature can also be exploited by app developers to secretly record your activities. It’s good Apple’s putting a stop to that. Earlier this week, TechCrunch reported that selected popular apps such as Expedia, Hollister, and Air Canada record activities on your iPhone without asking for your permission. Some of them use third-party services like Glassbox, which takes advantage…

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