Apple Cracking Down on VPN-Based Ad Blockers That Work in Third-Party Apps - What will AdGuard do ?

Bruno

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The objective was to block the ads within the application. So why unblocking the domain? Sorry but I still do not get the logic here.
 

Bruno

Member
The objective was to block ads within the application. So why unblocking the domain? It does not seem logic to me. Sorry I still don't get it.
 

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The objective was to block ads within the application. So why unblocking the domain? It does not seem logic to me. Sorry I still don't get it.
Sometimes, the websites detect ad blocking presence (by making some test request that is usually blocked) and change the way of showing ads to something much more complicated.

I guess that's what was going on in this case.
 

seni

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If your carrier allows it, you can view your APN settings in one of the following locations: Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options > Cellular Network. Settings > Mobile Data > Mobile Data Options > Mobile Data Network

at t apn settings
 
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