Following this, Tim Cook, Chief Executive at Apple, previously described Facebook's practices as being an "invasion of privacy" because of Facebook "keeping watch over people in ways the might not be aware of", according to the BBC. On iOS, you'll see how you and your family use your i-devices to figure out.well, where all that time you spent watching YouTube or scrolling Facebook went.
The US technology firm says that its next version of iOS will actually make phones faster despite being packed with new features. These new systems have features created to prevent the usage of secret trackers with which users' online activities can be monitored.
In 2018 iPhone, iPad, and Mac software updates, Apple's default Safari web browser will show a pop-up window asking users for permission before loading share buttons from social networks including Facebook. On March, the company grappled with the privacy scandal that was the Cambridge Analytica story which led to an "inappropriate" collection of data of upto 87 million people. CEO Mark Zuckerberg called it "extremely glib" for Cook to claim Facebook didn't care about consumers because they don't pay for the service, for instance.
The result would make most Macs look identical, making it harder for individual devices to be identified, Apple said.
While introducing this feature to the world, Apple made a decision to show Facebook apps as an example, which is amusing because they could have chosen any other app.
Our phones are the most used gadgets that we have around and we have a tendency to use apps for an extended amount of time.
"The things mentioned in the Times article about relationship status, all these kinds of things, is so foreign to us, and not data that we have ever received at all or requested - zero", Cook told NPR.
Once you set the feature up in the iOS 12 beta, you are not allowed to remove just one of the two recorded faces.