Apple is going to allow owners of apple gadgets to download applications from third-party stores to their iPhones and iPads.

Bloomberg writes about it.

According to the agency, software and service delivery staff are currently working to discover the core elements of Apple’s platforms. As a result, customers will be able to download third-party software on iPhone and iPad without using the App Store.

The company decided to take such a step to implement the new law of the European Union “On Digital Markets”. This law stipulates that from 2024, corporations with a market value of at least €75 billion are required to simplify the installation of third-party applications.

Earlier, two women sued a federal court in San Francisco against Apple Corporation. They claim that the company’s devices, called the AirTag, allegedly enabled their exes to track them down and terrorize them.