[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Apple, at its developer conference, announced its own sign-in scheme for iOS developers. The new update now means that if any app offers other third party sign-in options, users will need an Apple sign-in too.
It does not matter if they already have a Google, Facebook or any other app sign in previously. Apparently, the update is at the tail end of a newly updated App Store Review Guideline.
This new update will make it easier for users to stay signed in on their Apple devices. It probably won’t matter much to them too as they also already have fingerprint Touch ID or Face ID login signature installed.
We expect that it will offer a quicker, convenient and more secure level of privacy. iOS Developers can, therefore, not totally oppose the move as it seems to a large extent to be to the advantage of users. However, there are speculations that Apple is only doing this to maintain its strategy as being the most privacy-conscious tech company.
This is particularly not going to be very convenient for developer however who will now have to find a way to incorporate this while writing codes for their apps. This is so they can stay be compatible on iOS devices.
They have to find a way to work with other operating system and then separately look for a way to work with iOS apps separately. Another option will be to probably abandon the sign-in option on their app entirely.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]