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Saturday, March 31, 2018

Apple CEO Explains Why iOS Is More Secure Than Android

Apple CEO Explains Why iOS Is More Secure Than Android 
                                                   FaceInsider Team

Apple CEO Explains Why iOS Is More Secure Than Android

We all know about the Tim Cook, the strong man of the tech giant Apple, came to the public and simply explain the reason why the tech giant Apple’s well-known mobile operating system, of course, the iOS is safer than the most used mobile operating system of the tech giant Google, of course, I am talking about the Android.

Tim Cook, the strong man of the tech giant Apple, came to the public and simply explain the reason why the tech giant Apple’s well-known mobile operating system, of course, the iOS is safer than the most used mobile operating system of the tech giant Google, of course, I am talking about the Android.
After several privacy issues commented, the tech giant Apple CEO brings to light the discussion, arguments that may refute (or not) the idea launched days ago that Android is as safe as iOS.
It was in an interview that Tim Cook gave MSNBC that it was clear why the tech giant Apple CEO thinks his operating system is safer than Google. In this same interview were discussed other themes, which focused mainly on Facebook privacy issues.

Increasingly, care must be taken that the product is not the user

As for the issue of iOS security, Tim Cook was clear in his statements. According to him, there is a qualitative and security analysis done of all applications submitted, which ensures that the security and privacy standards are being met, thus protecting users.
Although not directly stated, these statements by Tim Cook are related to the latest Facebook scandal, which found that for years the largest social network collected sensitive data from Android users, including data on phone calls and messages.
The data collection has since been interrupted for some time, but it clearly shows the tactics used by companies such as the social network giant Facebook, tricks that are not revealed to users. The tech giant Apple’s assessment policy has been around for many years, ensuring the company and iOS that only the best apps are available, protecting users and especially their data.

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