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Cook reportedly told Zuck to delete all third-party user data. He didn't

4 monthes ago   |   By iMore

What you need to know
Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg were involved in a meeting in July 2019.
The Apple CEO wanted Facebook to delete all third-party data, but it didn't.
Did he expect it to actually happen?
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly told Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that his company should delete data collected via third parties during a meeting of the pair in July 2019. Zuck, according to a New York Times report, wasn't impressed.
Somewhat predictably, Facebook didn't delete any of the data.
From the NYT:
At the meeting, Mr. Zuckerberg asked Mr. Cook how he would handle the fallout...
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Apple will reportedly ship iOS 14.5 today

Apple will reportedly ship iOS 14.5 today

4 monthes ago   |   By iMore

What you need to know
Apple will release iOS 14.5 to the public later today, according to reports.
The new update will enforce Apple's new App Tracking Transparency system.
Apple had previously said the update would arrive some time this week.
Apple will release the much-tested iOS 14.5 to the public later today. That's according to a couple of reports, not least from the New York Times .
Mentioned almost in passing as part of a larger piece about Apple's App Tracking Transparency system that will go live alongside the update, the iOS 14.5 release date comes after the company had...
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When will Apple release iOS 14.5 to the public?

When will Apple release iOS 14.5 to the public?

4 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

Update: Apple has confirmed that iOS 14.5 will be released to the public this week. Furthermore, a report from the New York Times confirms that iOS 14.5 is coming today, Monday, April 26. The update will likely be released around 10 a.m. PT.
As Apple continues beta testing iOS 14.5, speculation is starting to mount about a potential release to the public. Currently, all signs point to a release sometime in the spring. Read on as we recap everything we know about iOS 14.5 so far.
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NYTimes details how Apple's privacy focus drove a wedge between Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg

NYTimes details how Apple's privacy focus drove a wedge between Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg

4 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

With iOS 14.5, which Apple will release today, iPhone owners will have the option to explicitly choose whether to let apps like Facebook track them across other apps. A new profile from the New York Times today elaborates on how Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook became foes due to Apple's privacy push.
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