Apple to become Android, likely to show more Ads on iPad, Macs, & iPhone

After placing ads in their App Store, Apple has now come up with a different approach with ads.

According to reports, Apple may start showing ads on its more apps with different device’s compatibility.

Apple might be planning to introduce ads in its multiple pre-installed apps on its iPhone, iPad, and Macs, such as Maps, Books, and Podcasts.

As recently, it introduced ads to App Store. With this new addition, the company will get more profit out of it, and it will help also help developers to promote their apps.

The ads are placed on App Store’s search bar and in the Home sections, and after seeing these implemented, we can expect how ads will be placed in these apps.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman also detailed that Apple has done some internal tests on these ad functionalities, such as on Maps search results, it tried to display some ads with nearby capability.

These ads will be location-based, nearby experience based, and interest-based advertisements.

Currently, all these apps are ad-free, and there are no accurate details on when the company will start showing these ads.

Also, with these experiments, we expect new plans for Apple TV Plus, as it enters the ads criteria after many years.