Apple has published a brand new Platform Security guide that details exactly how it protects user data on a software and hardware level.
Apple prides itself heavily on its ecosystem in the report, it highlights in key ways how its services, software, and hardware all are built with privacy and ease of use in mind.
In the report, Apple says:
Apple also breaks down further parts of their services for developers, outlining how privacy is built into features like device management, biometric security, API’s and other Apple developer kits.
Apple further states its commitment to uses:
In October Apple updated its privacy page with more information on how it protects privacy, and today’s publication is a clear sign Apple is trying to be as transparent as possible with how it handles user information.
Beyond being transparent, Apple is trying to put its privacy terms into simpler terms for users, removing the advanced, fancy talk and making it as easy possible for every day to users to know what happens to their data.
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