The latest updates to iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite introduce some very welcomed changes to the way Security and Privacy is dealt with on these platforms and may serve as an inspiration for others.
I’ve gathered this information by watching over 17 hours of WWDC 2014 sessions and carefully reviewing, analyzing what was said, and writing a huge number of notes on Security, Privacy, UX and other areas which I will be publishing here in the coming weeks.
As a side note: you can now direct the user directly to the applications’s privacy controls in iOS Settings from your app without having to display step-by-step instructions for the user to follow.
Sounds like this sort of guidance won’t be as necessary.
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