They don't, which is in part why they are not getting the huge pushback that Google is getting. The reality is Apple owners buy almost anything they say so when told the change will improve speed and security they uncritically buy the explanation. ATM it looks like the only ios option that can still run the serious adblockers like ublock origin is actually Firefox. NO serious adblocker will ever use the new alternate Chrome replacement API as it's permanently and deliberately crippled in several respects, which is why every other browser refused to accept the change.Interesting. I was not aware that Apple had significant revenues from browser ads.
Like this?Can you send a link about all this and Apple? I did some searching and it was all fan boy stuff
I wonder if this is actually true? Honestly, I never found the classic ad blockers on iOS working that well. I ended up turning them off as they completely broke a number of sites and features, such as embedded Twitter on SoSH. Other sites just loaded white pages with nothing on them, I finally figured out it was the ad blocker extensions.If users have moved to a new ad blocker that they downloaded from the App Store, then it may not be actually blocking all the ads, as users expect.
Purify, AdBlock and Crystal were the three. I don’t think I ever tried UBlock.We can't answer the question without knowing exactly what adblockers you were using with exactly what browser. That's the whole point, many do a very poor job. I'm going to wager you never tried/used ublock origin.