Is Apple really a privacy-first company?

Cook also announced that after the release of the next iteration of their mobile operating system, known as iOS 13, any app that offers the option to sign in with Google or Facebook will also be required to offer Sign in with Apple.

This announcement is one of the few that show how the company is doubling-down on consumer privacy as a business strategy… More here.

Something we should always be thinking about.

One thought on “Is Apple really a privacy-first company?

  1. This isn’t about privacy, it’s about ensuring you stay within Apple’s walled garden. I’d be more impressed if they forced apps to offer email and password as an option.

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