Apple will soon unveil a new way for mobile developers to track who users their software, according to a new report. Citing people briefed on Apple’s plans, the Wall Street Journal reports that the new tool could be unveiled “in the coming weeks”—although next week’s WWDC event would seem the most likely place for such an announcement to take place—and is aimed at serving as a substitute for the Unique Device Identifier, or UDID. The report notes that details of the tool, including how it works what metrics it will allow developers to track, are still unclear.
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