Recent privacy features unveiled by Apple will be included on its new mobile operating system, iOS 13, that will be released this fall, The Wall Street Journal reports. The features are highlighted by an anonymous login system that allows a user to access an app without disclosing personal information. “It’s a fast, easy way to sign in without all the tracking,” Apple Software Chief Craig Federighi said. According to TechCrunch, Apple has also requested that developers exclude third-party tracking in apps designed for kids. Updated guidelines for apps submitted to the App Store reflect Apple's request while also placing a ban on links directed outside an app or those that contain in-app purchasing. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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