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The iOS clipboard saga is a testament to Apple’s privacy-first approach

06/07/2020

Apple’s approach of making privacy one of its main selling points isn’t new, but it’s come to the forefront again with the ongoing iOS clipboard saga. For some context, Apple announced iOS 14 at WWDC in June and, shortly afterwards, made the beta available to developers. This included the iOS clipboard privacy...
Apple’s approach of making privacy one of its main selling points isn’t new, but it’s come to the forefront again with the ongoing iOS clipboard saga. For some context, Apple announced iOS 14 at WWDC in June and, shortly afterwards, made the beta available to developers. This included the iOS clipboard privacy feature. What this does is alert the user when an app tries to copy clipboard information. Something, it turns out, apps appear to do constantly. TikTok was the first of these to cause a stir: Okay so TikTok is grabbing the contents of my clipboard every 1-3 keystrokes. iOS… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iOS,Apple Apple’s approach of making privacy one of its main selling points isn’t new, but it’s come to the forefront again with the ongoing iOS clipboard saga. For some context, Apple announced iOS 14 at WWDC in June and, shortly afterwards, made the beta available to developers. This included the iOS clipboard privacy feature. What this does is alert the user when an app tries to copy clipboard information. Something, it turns out, apps appear to do constantly. TikTok was the first of these to cause a stir: Okay so TikTok is grabbing the contents of my clipboard every 1-3 keystrokes. iOS… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iOS,Apple
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