Apple has announced that with an upcoming update to iOS 14, they are going to make changes to how apps collect and track data. With this update, Apple will require all apps in the App Store to prompt users to opt-in or opt-out of allowing their data to be collected and shared. Additionally, Apple will disallow the sharing and collection of some data to protect users’ privacy.
In response, Facebook sent out a notice to its business customers alerting them of the change and explaining how it will affect things going forward.
This change could negatively affect Facebook’s ability to receive and process conversion events, especially when using tools like Facebook Pixel. The bottom line is that businesses using personalized ads will have a much more difficult time collecting data and targeting specific audiences on Apple’s mobile devices.
Although this change may seem minor, as more and more people opt-out of tracking with...