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Apple New Policy

Now Apple New Policy has been revealed,In a Last few months of ago Apple has a busy with the release of a number of new products, like  iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XR and the Apple Watch 4 were all turn out at the quick time and have a lot of Amazing features, taking technology and innovation to a whole new level.

It’s Awesome that we are able to do things like asking Siri what the weather will be like on the iPhones and track our heart rate on the Apple Watch 4.

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Are we Trading our safety for convenience?

Apple has been rehearsed it into us –  how pretty much the entire time that they’ve been around so that they are huge on privacy. They’ve proved to us that user data and sensitive information is their number one priority.

They say that most of the data stay on our mobile devices instead of being collected on their servers and can only be accessed by the passcodes that we create.

In Earlier we send out that Soft Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe request to Siri, it goes to Apple and no one else, but they did let Promoter to check out our search history from different places like the Apple app store so they can better market something to us. This was how it worked until recently.

But there’s one striking problem. It’s really convenient to be able to autofill our information when shopping online, but how much of the information that we share is stored and who exactly has access to it? Are we trading our safety for convenience? 

But with the iOS 12, we got to know more about what Apple is doing.

A new  Reckoning to the iTunes Store & Privacy policy says that the number of phone calls and emails that users receive will create a “device trust score” for making purchases and that the information will only be stored for a fixed time on Apple’s servers.

This will be used to determine whether or not a purchase was true or if it’s a fraud. While we could understand that this information could be collected from phones, Apple pronounces that “this applies to our Apple TVs as well“.

Apple doesn’t go into detail about what other “information on how you use your device” will be used.

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Manish Mishra
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