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iOS 8 and Yosemite will fiercly guard user privacy

08
Jul
2014

Apple has gone to great lengths to make privacy one of the main features of iOS 8 and Yosemite, which could be a very important differentiating factor for mobile device and computers buyers— especially considering the recent NSA-related leaks, the privacy-breaking practices of other companies and the malware that can affect certain other operating systems looking to steal personal data. IOS and web app designer Luis Abreu has taken an extensive look at Apple’s new operating systems, revealing the ways they protect user data while offering more advanced features. In addition to focusing on the user-side, Abreu is also offering app developers advice on how to better adapt to the changes, in order to take advantage of the new iOS 8 and Yosemite

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