Apple has been working on iOS 17 update since the last year, and its official release is also not so far, but a new report states Apple’s iOS 17 sideloading app feature may only arrive for iPhone users in Europe.
The company was expected to release the rumored iOS 17’s sideloading app feature for iPhone users globally, but this new detail from a reliable source has given it a new shift, so let’s discuss it below.
Apple Would Bring Sideloading App Feature For Only iPhone Users in Europe
As earlier, we all discovered that the European Union (EU) wants Apple to bring one more change in their eco-system after the previous law, which forces the company to bring the sideloading app feature to the iPhones.
Some of you might be thinking, what’s interesting about this feature so it allows iPhone users to install apps from the alternatives of the App Store.
The law was passed by European Union in 2022, so that means Apple has to implement this change this year, and even many tipsters expressed that Apple will bring this feature in iOS 17 update for all regions.
But renowned Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has noted at this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show that Apple may not make the sideloading app feature available in all regions.
Maybe because the company wants to keep sideloading app feature limited to Europe as other countries haven’t demanded it yet.
However, we all know Apple is going to unveil the iOS 17 update at its Worldwide Developer Conference 2023, which will take place on Monday, June 5, so for right now, we can take this information with a grain of salt.
Separately, the EU has also forced Apple to replace Lightning Port with USB-C Port in upcoming iPhones, but the company may bring change globally as some other countries, such as the United States, India, and Brazil, demand the same.