Apps like Keychain password manager are getting a great boost. One of the most important things that will happen is that Apple with have to adhere to the new App Tracking Transparency rules that ask users if they would like for apps to track their information journey across websites, apps, and others. Starting at the end of June, IOS will mandate that app developers also give the opportunity to the users to delete their accounts from apps such as Facebook without needing to go to the website version of the app, this is a big win because for now, many people are only deactivating their account instead of deleting it.
All iPhones will receive new and better privacy options governing what applications do with your personal information as part of the new update, but how will this effect your data? From where iPhone owners are now, it appears that it will only get better. Many technology experts believe Apple’s privacy and security settings are among the finest on the market, since they have designed applications to protect their users’ personal information to the point that they even put it front and centre in their marketing efforts.
“If your core app functionality is not related to a specific social network (e.g. Facebook, WeChat, Weibo, Twitter, etc.), you must provide access without a login or via another mechanism. The app must also include a mechanism to revoke social network credentials and disable data access between the app and social network from within the app.”
“If your app doesn’t include significant account-based features, let people use it without a login. If your app supports account creation, you must also offer account deletion within the app. Apps may not require users to enter personal information to function, except when directly relevant to the core functionality of the app or required by law.