Los Angeles — Apple said it will ease some restrictions on developers of third-party apps, responding to a Bloomberg News story about the rise of in-house software that gets prized default status on iPhones and iPads.

The tech company plans to release a software update in 2019 that will help outside messaging applications work better with the Siri digital assistant...

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