- Things have changed since the introduction of iOS 14 software
- Fake apps are not listed on the Apple Store
- High emphasis on customer privacy
IPhone has included a new rule for users, which requires data storage and usage information for iPhone apps. That is, any iOS app uses the user’s data, where it is used and where it is stored. This is very important for user privacy. Users are being informed about this through App Store update from Apple. Although the Android app is given information about the user’s data, but where it is being stored and where it is being used, information is not available.
Camera and mike nod
First of all, no iOS app can access your mic and camera without your approval. At the same time, if an iOS app silently accesses the mic or camera, then the iPhone gives notifications to the user through yellow and green dot. This will mean that no app will be able to record the user’s voice etc. in a secret manner. At the same time, the ID and password etc. of any user’s account will also not be stolen. If this happens, then Apple only informs its user.
Fake app will not be found
In Apple, only safe apps are made available to iPhone users. Apple has made very strict rules for this. In this, each app needs to give all kinds of information to the users. It can be seen how this app is and it can be verified. No fake app of any kind is listed on the Apple Store. At the same time fake apps are found in Android smartphones, because many times clone app and clickbait app users download.
Access to the app in the least amount of information
Apple has implemented this policy that all app developers have to build such apps in which the app runs on very little information. At the same time, when talking about Android smartphones, such apps come in them, where apps work only after collecting a lot of personal information. Android rules are not strict, so users do not get this type of facility. That’s why more Android apps gain access to users’ media files and contacts, etc.
Data approval before use
Apple has introduced a new privacy feature for its users, in which under iOS 14.5 all application developers need to get approval before using the iPhone user’s data for apps. It also cannot track what the user search is doing. Its clear point is that no app can track the online activity of the user. If the app wants to do this, it is mandatory to get approval from the user first.