Fast Company claims Apple’s best product is privacy. Dave explains why that’s not true.
Except privacy is a feature of Apple’s products, and not a product by itself. How is that not self evident? And how is it no evident that Apple actually helps third parties to track Apple customers?
Indeed. But how?
While Apple does not track customers the way Google and Facebook track their users, Apple allows for trackers to exist and prosper on iOS and macOS. A flagrant example is Apple’s promotion of Google as Safari’s default search engine. Apple gets money from Google so how is Apple not complicit in what Google does to track users?