Apple has been a lot in the news in the last few weeks for two specific reasons. First was the hard attitude of the privacy that had ruffled feathers like Facebook and was questionable briefly with the launch of Airtags. The other hot topic is the epic lawsuit of the EPIC Games against the company on allegations of monopoly, especially above the Apple App Store. On WWDC 2021 this week, Apple is set to overcome one of the two topics directly and it will not discuss the developer’s complaints about the monopoly.
Privacy is a close topic and affection with Apple’s heart and, as proven, can actually be very profitable and profitable, especially in terms of brand loyalty. Improvement of controversial application transparency for advertisers and advertising platforms is just the culmination of Iceberg and Bloomberg reported that Apple still has many things to reveal these coming days.
According to the report, Apple will introduce a kind of dashboard where users will be able to see in depth what data is collected by third-party applications. Some may note that, as usual, Apple’s first party applications get special care. iOS and iPados are said to get a new “status” feature that allows users to regulate what they do so the notification will be handled differently whether you work, driving, or even sleep.
There will also be a non-privacy feature that comes to iPad, mostly rotating around the veranda screen widget. The next iPado version will allow users to place this information widget anywhere on the screen, like on Android. The iPad should also get a better multitasking feature, sharp changes towards the vision of the platform since the beginning.
Even though the details are still rare, Bloomberg also said that Apple’s message will also get important updates. Given how the messaging platform has been placed under a microscope today, especially with respect to privacy, it is not surprising that Apple will encourage messages as the only message shipping platform that you will need or want. Presuming, of course, you have an Apple device.