Google gives developers code to disable iOS 9 app security to continue to serve iPhone ads
One of the backend improvements in Apple’s upcoming iPhone and iPad operating system update iOS 9 is a strengthening of app security when accessing data from webservers. The new App Transport Security (ATS) feature ensures that only connections encrypted using HTTPS are permitted. There’s just one problem with that: not all advertisers use HTTPS, so ATS will stop some ads appearing in apps.
Google has responded by providing developers with five lines of code that allow them to disable ATS … Expand