In iOS 17.5 Beta 1, Apple now allows app installation from developer websites.

Revolutionizing App Distribution in Europe: Apple Releases Beta 1 of iOS 17.5 with New Feature

Apple has released Beta 1 of iOS 17.5, introducing a new feature specifically for the European Union (EU). This feature allows users to install applications directly from the developer’s website, in compliance with the Digital Markets Act (DMA) that took effect in early March. Apple has opened its operating system and app store in the EU to allow installations from third-party stores and developer websites.

In March, Apple announced that it would be possible to distribute from the developer’s own website, stating that it would be included with a software update arriving in the spring. This capability is now available in Beta 1 of iOS 17.5, currently being tested by developers until the final consumer version is released in May.

In addition to this update, Apple has also added mentions in the code of Beta 1 of a system designed to prevent unwanted tracking of users with devices like AirTags. This system will also allow users to deactivate such tracking.

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