iOS 14.5 lets you turn that off and here is how to apply that setting
Apple now requires app developers to ask for permission before they track you or your device across apps or websites in order to target you for advertising, measure your actions due to this advertising or to share your information with data brokers.
In simpler terms unless you give permission to an app, it will no longer be able to use your data for targeted advertising or share your location and any other identification about you with third parties.
The App Tracking Transparency feature arrived with iOS 14.5 on Monday.
How to opt out of app tracking on new apps
When you download and open a new app, you’ll get a notification that asks if you want to let the app track your activity across other companies’ apps and websites. You’ll also see information about what the app would track. You can tap either Ask App not to Track or Allow.
You can also opt out of app tracking across every app you download by going to Settings > Privacy > Tracking, and toggling off Allow Apps to Request to Track. This means any app that tries to ask for your permission will be blocked from asking, and automatically informed that you have requested not to be tracked.
How to opt out of app tracking on your already-downloaded apps
For apps that you’ve already downloaded and may have tracking permissions set up for, you can still turn those permissions on or off on a per-app basis.
Under Settings, tap an app, and then tap to turn off Allow Tracking. Or, go to Settings > Privacy > Tracking, and tap to turn on or off each app you’ll see in the list of apps that have requested permission to track your activity.
Apple has been on the forefront of making privacy a huge feature in their products and made the announcement back in 2020 and they have delivered recently via the iOS 14.5.