Subtracted that in C3 it is done like this (Fig. 1). I checked everything works. But the application was still rejected with the text and such a picture (Fig. 2)
Guidance 5.1.2 - Legality - Confidentiality - Use and exchange of data
We have noticed that you are not using App Tracking Transparency to request user permission before collecting the data used to track them. Instead, your app displays a custom prompt that prompts the user to allow tracking.
Starting with iOS 14.5, apps in the App Store must obtain user permission through the AppTrackingTransparency platform before collecting the data used to track them. It is not practical to ask for permission using a custom request.
If your app collects user tracking data, you should follow these steps:
1. If you have not already done so, update your app's privacy information in App Store Connect to indicate that you are tracking users. You must have the Account Owner or Administrator role to update your app's privacy information.
2. Implement Application Tracking Transparency.
3. Remove custom prompts and request permission using AppTrackingTransparency before collecting user tracking data.