Apple's next update to iOS, version 11, will see the Safari browser stripping out Google's accelerated mobile page links from an URL when a story is shared.
Google appears to be hijacking mobile traffic to sites that use its Accelerated Mobile Pages, according to the findings of a software engineer in San Francisco.
Google's expansion of its Accelerated Mobile Pages to all its search results could well lead to a splitting of the Web experience. It will certainly entrench the company's dominance of Web search even more.
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