Not if You Use First-Party Cookies
Third-party cookies are living on borrowed time. The difference is in the domain – these types of cookies point to a domain that is different from the site you visit. No bueno no longer, as far as Apple is concerned.
They are also more likely to be blocked (by ad blockers) or deleted (by the user). The trend has been bad for third-party cookies, and it is accelerating toward their demise.
First-party cookies, on the other hand, identify the site that places them on your computer or smartphone. Apple is still going to allow “first-party trackers” to work for 30 days.