Open letter to Tim Cook, sabotaging Web Apps is indefensible

Apple plans to disable Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) on iOS for European users, so that

Apple tries to justify this as a means to comply with the European Digital Markets Act (DMA), which forces Apple to allow different browsers than Safari on iOS. Apple will then treat all browsers in the same way: by disabling PWA support.

Degrading these features is not required by the DMA.

You can sign an open letter to Tim Cook to express your concern, and to avail yourself of your rights under the Digital Markets Act (DMA): Open Letter to Tim Cook, Sabotaging Web Apps Is Indefensible. I signed today.

This is exactly what it looks like: a single-fingered salute to the web and web developers.

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