Apple says it’s removing homescreen apps for users in the EU because bringing them into compliance with the Digital Markets Act (DMA) would involve “an entirely new integration architecture” that’s “not practical” to build on top of the other changes it’s been forced to make. One of these changes requires Apple to let third-party browsers use their own engines on iOS.

Wow. Just wow. While I shouldn’t be surprised by Apple’s actions, they continue to raise the bar on being actively hostile towards the web and their own users when enacting their service fee isn’t possible.