Today is the deadline for developers to add Sign In with Apple to their apps. One company, AnyList, doesn’t want to add it and explained why.
After considering the merits of Sign in with Apple, we have decided not to support it. We understand that this may surprise some of our customers, so we’d like to explain in detail why we made this decision.
A couple arguments make sense, but I’m not buying some others. 1) I’m not a programmer so I don’t know how hard it is to add Sign In with Apple. 2) Saying iCloud isn’t “real email” is stupid. 3) AnyList removed its Facebook login, which is still a privacy-positive move even without adding Apple login.
The deadline for developers to add Sign In with Apple into their apps is coming up tomorrow, June 30. Andrew has several guides available for readers.
As Andrew mentioned in his previous piece, Reddit maintains a helpful list of all the known apps that use Sign In with Apple. Here’s the list.
Security researcher Bhavuk Jain found a zero day vulnerability with Sign In with Apple in April. Apple has already patched it.
So far, Andrew found two websites that don’t let you hide your email using Sign In with Apple. And this doesn’t appear to be against guidelines.
There is a lot of clever, funny, and downright daft content on TikTok at the moment and you can create an account using Sign in with Apple.
In its most recent app update, version 8.8.0, UPS added Sign In with Apple for new and existing customers. Here’s how to use it.
You can now use Sign In with Apple on Squarespace, the latest company to support Apple’s private sign in service.
eBay recently updated its iOS app to version 6.0.0 and the major feature it adds is Apple’s private Sign In with Apple option.
The New York Times, Strava, IFTTT, and Medium amongst the latest bunch of apps to support Sign in with Apple.
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont for Security Friday! Hardware flaws, This Week in Who Has Your Data, and the latest in ending encryption.
Etsy didn’t mention it in the app update notes but you can now sign up for an account using Sign In with Apple. So far it looks like this only applies to new accounts, and you won’t be able to convert the account you already have. Reddit maintains a list of all the known apps to support Sign In with Apple.
Sign In with Apple is a private, convenient way for Apple customers to create accounts with apps and websites. But so far only a smaller number of developers have implemented it. Apple says that if apps include other single sign-on options like Facebook and Google, they have to include Sign In with Apple. April 2020 is the deadline and it can’t come soon enough.
While other companies such as Facebook and Google already offer their own sign in buttons, those options allow app makers to access more of users’ personal information…By comparison, Sign in with Apple only shares your name and an email address with the app maker, and using your real email address is optional.
Earlier this month the developer Blix sued Apple, claiming that Sign in With Apple copies technology used in its Blue Mail application.
Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss updates to Sign In With Apple, and how to use and manage those logins.
Apple has successfully implemented OpenID Connect with Sign In with Apple, according to the Chairman of the OpenID Foundation
iOS 13 added Sign in With Apple, letting you sign into apps and websites with your Apple ID. Here’s where you find Sign in With Apple logins.
iOS 13 officially out, and it brings a privacy feature called Sign In with Apple. Andrew created a template to make it a feature request.
The iOS 13 update is starting to appear for most folks. It’s packed with a lot of great features, and we’ll list the major ones here.
Apple has updated its App Store Review Guidelines for kids apps and its new Sign In with Apple technology, giving developers more time.