We’re still swimming in all of the announcements Apple has made thus far during its WWDC keynote, but one in particular we knew was worth a quick mention is the new Sign in with Apple feature. As the name indicates, users will soon be able to login to third-party apps and services using their Apple ID and password.
During today’s WWDC keynote at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, Apple announced a plethora of new features and enhancements coming to iOS 13, the next major update to the world’s best mobile operating system.
Apps have become a standard element in most people’s lives across the globe, and giving them access to some amount of information is expected. However, a new report shows that some apps send a lot more information, and a lot more frequently, than some may have originally believed.
Here’s a fascinating insight into the great lengths Apple goes in order to keep your iPhone data private, including spending big bucks on custom silicon development, and special labs on its campus filled with pricey equipment used to test its chips against hacking before they’re released in the wild.