3 HUGE changes coming with Apple’s iOS14 release…

Whilst we still don’t know the exact release date, like all other great Facebook marketers we’re waiting with baited breathe on the upcoming release of the ‘Pixel killer’ OS… iOS14.

Like many other advertisers, we’ve noticed a sudden shift in conversion optimisation and tracking pixel events over the recent weeks.

If you’re in the same boat, then read on for a brief overview of what is likely going on.

As you may have heard, Apple’s iOS14 is due for release in September. With a host of fun new upgrades including home and lock screen widgets, new notifications, brand new emojis and more we’re certainly excited.

However, there’s a number of advertiser unfriendly updates coming too including:

? Approximate vs Precise location tracking
? Recording indicators for your camera and mic
? Users will need OPT IN for apps to track them (this is huge)

Discover more about these 3 major updates in our latest video below ???

3 Massive Changes coming with iOS 14 (in September)

? THIS might be why your ads aren't performing as well as they could be right now…? 2020 has been a rollercoaster of a year already, just when you thought things had started to settle down – Apple is on its way with a new iOS release ?.How will iOS14 impact your Facebook Ads? Check out today's video below to discover 3 MASSIVE changes coming with the rollout of iOS 14. These include:? Approximate vs Precise location tracking? Recording indicators for your camera and mic? Users will need OPT IN for apps to track them (this is huge) Learn what to expect as these new changes in the video below ??AND if you're looking for help with your eCommerce ad strategy as we head into Q4… Reach out for a FREE strategy session from here: https://www.dashactivateonline.com/book-call-landing-page

Posted by Dash Activate Online on Tuesday, August 25, 2020


Hi I'm Darian! Expert digital marketer, agency founder and black belt Facebook ninja. Helping businesses scale with cutting edge bespoke digital marketing strategies, tailored social media content plans and occasionally sharing my ramblings on this blog.