November 17, 2021
Technology

Tim Cook Warns Sideloading Apps iPhone Security

During a rare interview, Apple’s Tim Cook warns EU that allowing the sideloading of apps by avoiding the App Store will hurt iPhone security

Apple’s Tim Cook has opened up about potential risks to iPhone security going forward, along with his thoughts about privacy, augmented reality, health, and future products.

Cook’s comments come during an interview, available here, with Guillaume Lacroix of the French digital media firm Brut.

Privacy reportedly was the main thrust of Cook’s comments during the interview and he said “we see it as a basic human right, a fundamental human right.”

Tim Cook kicks off Apple’s March 2019 event. Image credit: Apple

Sideloading apps

“You can think of a world where privacy is not important, and the surveillance economy takes over and it becomes a world where everyone is worried that somebody else is watching them, and so they begin to do…

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