Last year, Apple issued a mandate calling for all iOS apps to incorporate App Transport Security, which requires apps to use HTTPS rather than HTTP, by Dec. 31. HTTPS encrypts data in transit and provides an obvious security benefit for applications. 

But just before the end of the year, Apple abruptly extended the deadline without giving a reason, and didn't provide a new date. To say the least, this is...

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