- Apple asks developers to remove screen recording code from their apps.
- The company gave developers less than a day’s time to make the changes.
- Apple warned developers that if they fail to do so, their apps will be removed from the App Store.
Apple has told the app developers to either remove or properly disclose the use of analytics code in their apps that reportedly allowed them to record how a user interacts with their apps. The company has also said that if developers fail to do so, they would have their apps removed from the App Store. The warning comes a day after TechCrunch exposed certain apps that it found were recording every tap and swipe inside the app without users’ consent.