Just like Google won't share such information either. Apple isn't demonstrating a distinction between it and Google, other than implementing a mechanism that Google hasn't yet for maintaining proprietary tracking data on users.
I'd like the option of preventing individual apps from accessing the Internet anytime, not just in the background. The default for newly installed apps should be "No Internet".After that, I'd like a Little Snitch for iOS.
Sadly for Samsung, Apple's patent applications in the health monitoring and smartwatch arenas will start to be published by the US Patent and Trademark Office in just a few weeks, with dates going back 18 months and revealing that Apple has been researching and developing this technology for a great period of time.Fortunately for Samsung, those patent applications will describe just what they need to copy!
Yeah, Apple's Eddie Cue talked a few times briefly and independently with each of the major publishers during a span of just 2 weeks over the Christmas and New Year's holidays of 2009-2010, and they all separately agreed in that brief time to the same, favorable (to the publishers) terms. How is that different from the same terms Apple entered into with music publishers for the iTunes Store? It's different because Amazon wasn't a competitor in the Internet music business,...