Apple announced a slew of new privacy promoting features at its annual developer conference on Monday. Consumers are likely to cheer many of the features, which are designed to help them protect their sensitive personal information. But the new features could hurt Apple by alienating developers. And some of them could add fuel to charges that the company is thwarting competition. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. If you've been paying attention to Apple over the past...


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