CEO of Snapchat, Evan Spiegel, explains that App tracing transparency in iOS 14 pangs his protein widely used Snapchat app, even though the iPhone maker is doing righteous things for its users and business.
In other concern, Apple’s implementation has always been turned to what has to be done instead, rather than the actual expectation. Doesn’t it belong to the scarce water species? Further, Apple’s requirement that apps advise users to provide express permission to track apps had a great aftermath on advertisers; also, it has some deals to be done with developers.
Snap CEO Spiegel says that the implementation was a bit thrust, although he claims Apple is grasping to help developers. I think the good thing, I’m optimistic, is Apple does continue to iterate,” he told the Wall Street Journal. He says further, “And while this transition has been disruptive, I see a real commitment from the Apple team to continue to improve so that their developers can be successful on their platform.”Spiegel says that, as of the time being, Apple’s critical move had pushed his business out of the trial.
Still, he backs the company as he believes users’ privacy is preponderant. Nearly all billionaires hold their companies up when it comes to users’ privacy but never mind about user privacy is a discussion still happening at some inns. “We have always really cared about privacy,” he continued. “We were the first to pioneer ephemeral communications.”