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Apple sends out Push Notifications bother people to watch Carpool Karaoke

Apple Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive, left, and CEO Tim Cook, right at an iPhone X launch event at the company's campus in Cupertino, California. Tech Giant Apple sends push notifications for his deeply annoying Carpool Karaoke show-a stand-alone spin on a The Late Late Show with James Corden Segment Released last year for horrible reviews-Verge reported Tuesday, seeming to ignore her own policy on unwanted promotional material. Verge wrote that some users have received the unwanted messages, inviting them to sue to see Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, comedian Jason Sudeikis and Muppets for weeks via the iOS TV app: We are not sure of How many iPhone users received the messages, but it seems that Apple has been trying to showcase its show at least twice in the past few weeks: once on December 7th for a section where Kendall Jenner a and Hailey Baldwin interfere with a light sensor test, and once on December 1 4th for an episode with common singles with comedian Jason Sudeikis and Muppets. As Verge noted, App Store policy specifically states that developers should not "spam, phish or send unwanted messages to customers," adds in the next section: Notifications must not be necessary for the app to work and should not be used for advertising, promotions or direct marketing or to send sensitive personal or confidential information. Misuse of these services may result in the revocation of your rights. The TV app does not require "explicit" permission to send promotional messages, Verge added.…

Apple Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive, left, and CEO Tim Cook, right at an iPhone X launch event at the company’s campus in Cupertino, California. Tech Giant Apple sends push notifications for his deeply annoying Carpool Karaoke show-a stand-alone spin on a The Late Late Show with James Corden Segment Released last year for horrible reviews-Verge reported Tuesday, seeming to ignore her own policy on unwanted promotional material.

Verge wrote that some users have received the unwanted messages, inviting them to sue to see Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, comedian Jason Sudeikis and Muppets for weeks via the iOS TV app:

We are not sure of How many iPhone users received the messages, but it seems that Apple has been trying to showcase its show at least twice in the past few weeks: once on December 7th for a section where Kendall Jenner a and Hailey Baldwin interfere with a light sensor test, and once on December 1

4th for an episode with common singles with comedian Jason Sudeikis and Muppets.

As Verge noted, App Store policy specifically states that developers should not “spam, phish or send unwanted messages to customers,” adds in the next section:

Notifications must not be necessary for the app to work and should not be used for advertising, promotions or direct marketing or to send sensitive personal or confidential information. Misuse of these services may result in the revocation of your rights.

The TV app does not require “explicit” permission to send promotional messages, Verge added. Per 9to5Mac, “Almost all received Kendall Jenner Carpool Karaoke alert, even though they did not express interest in the Carpool Karaoke series.”

However, it is easy to turn off print messages in the app settings or change which pushes usually go through iOS settings.

Apple has previously sent out push notifications that invite users to buy newer models of the iPhone, but as Cult of Mac wrote, it only made for those who had chosen the iPhone Upgrade Program and it blown unbelievably $ 100 million plus buy a U2 album for hundreds of millions of iTunes users 2014, which forced it to provide a guide on how to delete it. Sending push messages for banal celebrity-flowing filler may not be as aggressive as the first one, but it definitely has some echoes of the latter.

The technology company is switching gear from a company based primarily on unit sales to one supported by a growing list of program services, which includes a streaming service that specializes in family-friendly content. So if this is a hacker of things to come, do not be surprised if Apple starts reminding you to look at its latest Peanuts content. According to 9to5Mac, other latest push messages from Apple have announced HomePod campaigns for Apple Music subscribers, App Store discounts, and Amazon Echo support.

We have come to Apple for comments and will update this post if we will be back.

[The Verge]
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