Tim Cook says users can trust Apple when it comes to protecting health data. The Apple CEO talks about it with NPR.
In a discreet reference to Google and other large companies interested in health, Tim Cook explains that unlike these companies, Apple does not make money by advertising by reselling the data collected to third parties.
Apple earns its money from the sale of iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and paid services.
Apple takes it very seriously respect for privacy and the fact of gain the trust of its users.
This can be explained by the fact thatApple invests a lot in health. This is all the more visible with the release of theApple Watch Series 4 and its new features in the sector.
On the iPhone, the Health application already stores personal, sometimes sensitive, data.
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