Logging in with the Apple account also works under Android and Windows
By Julio Ventura 2019-06-10 341 0
One of the many interesting details of the system that we recently discussed in a practical video is the ability to sign in via the Apple account. This option is offered as an alternative to faster access to websites and services. We can already do this with Facebook and Google credentials.
The great differential of this new feature is due to the fact that, when using it, the customer will have even more security, since when logging into a service for the first time, a temporary email can be created to prevent your personal data from being passed on.
As we mentioned before, for every service you log in, a new email is created - it's all encrypted; the most interesting thing about security and privacy is that Apple guarantees that it won't even have access to your personal data.
And from the new information that has been made available to the service on the official support site, this will not only apply to Apple platforms.
Information on using the Apple JS framework used to log in to Apple mentions the use of the service on other platforms, confirming that the novelty will also be available for Android and Windows.
This is certainly good news, as users who own products outside the Apple ecosystem can also take advantage of one of the new features of iOS 13.
However, it's unusual for Apple to get new features out of its "bubble" as iPhone sales (the golden egg of the Cupertino giant) have collapsed in recent months and Apple invests. It's not surprising that the company has decided to expand sign-up and Apple support for other platforms when introducing services to offset the drop in revenue.
Also in this area the debut of an official app for Apple TV Plus in the Android Application Store wouldn't surprise us, as Tim Cook already offers one for Apple Music.
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