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They do that on Android too now.

Only for the very latest versions of Android OS that most people don't have and probably won't for several years due to Android's software distribution model.

Outside our tech filter bubble where we upgrade to a new flagship phone every year, millions of people use low-cost, prepaid, or hand-me-down phones that have long been on the market, and stopped receiving software updates years ago through the broken supply chain of AOSP -> device mfr -> carrier.

Uselessly so; many apps just crash if you deny them permissions. I'm looking at you, Hue.

I don't blame them. I'd crash if you denied me permission too. /s

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