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Something is happening to Progressive Web Apps in iOS 17.4 — but they aren’t dead

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    Users have taken to social media to decry that progressive web apps were killed by Apple in iOS 17.4, but the reality is more complex than that.

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    Apple’s half-hearted support for Web Pushes was added in iOS 16.4

    Apple is being required to allow alternative browser engines beyond WebKit in iOS for EU users because of the Digital Markets Act, and iOS 17.4 is changing to accommodate it. Some users took to Twitter/X to decry that those changes being made are killing Progressive Web Apps on the iPhone.

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