Yeah but it says that it does that, but we aren't going to know if that's actually the case. Just because they say it is, doesn't mean it is.
@Jipz, you're an internet spy from Facebook, aren't you? Sowing the early seeds of apathy and disinterest towards what could destroy you. Y'all work quick.
@Jipz, true but if they get caught in that lie they could be in some shjt.
@Jipz, I give hackers or spyware engineers 2 weeks to find a way around it
@UncommonSense, you mean Facebook engineers, right?
@Jipz, I’m sure some valiant soul will read through the actual code and find out whether it does or not. But can you trust that person? Point is you can never really know anything.
Good guy Apple
-sent from my iPhone
Theyll just give facebook the ability to turn it off.
Only a few more years until they catch up to Android, who let's you choose what permissions certain apps have and won't let them run when they're closed. And then apple can release it and claim it's "huge innovation"
@Oh so cherry, To be fair, Apple has had this for as long as I can remember too. I think it’s more that people don’t trust the permissions settings, which is where this comes in. Ironically if you don’t trust the permissions settings I don’t see why you’d trust a light to turn on either.
@Theuns, I think it's more like most people dont know how to turn them off. My mom accepts every app or site that asks if they can send her notifications and then complains about not being able to turn them off which usually entails me taking her device for 30 seconds going to the security and notifications settings and turning of everything but text and phone calls. Rinse and repeat 3 weeks later.
@Oh so cherry, apple already has this, and has had it for awhile.
@Runnin with scissors, That I can understand. My point was more directed towards the constant, unnecessary iPhone bashing that Android users like to do (granted it does go both ways). I feel like quite often this is the case where iPhone can do something, but then it gets changed/improved and then people are like well my XXX had a similar function years ago etc.
Apple: that'll be an extra $600
I still hate apple.
Do you get a message when Apple is using them?