Apple’s CEO Tim Cook statement about Android will shock your mind
Tim Cook had said in an announcement that the Google-owned OS Android has more 47 times more malware than his company’s OS. Moreover, according to him, Apple Store is built in such a way that the company allows only those applications within the device that are reviewed by Apple. Therefore, likewise Google, it won’t permit any third-party applications from outside developers. However, Apple’s CEO didn’t reveal any in-depth details about its claim. In the meanwhile, Tim Cook did not reveal any upcoming products of Apple when asked during his 30 minutes long virtually session.
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Notably, Google OS isn’t well known for its security issues or concerns. Therefore, the company has been releasing its yearly security updates or patches from time to time. The question of security and malware on Android was so big that its CEO of Rivalry Company has to make a statistical statement regarding the security issues or malware on Android. In the statement given by Tim Cook, he also highlighted the sideloading apps that do not require any App Store and are directly downloaded from the browsers. According to Tim Cook, third-party apps or sideloading mobile apps are not best interest for the people due to their security concerns.
Apple’s CEO claimed while speaking virtually at the VivaTech 2021 conference in Paris, France, on June 16 that if his tech company start allowing sideloading mobile apps likewise Android, then the customers’ privacy and security issues of the iOS platform will be promised. While speaking on the current language of OS i.e. DMA, the chief executive said the sideloading through this language could destroy the security of iPhones.
In his virtual conference or statement, Cook also publically spoke about the Digital Markets Act (DMA) in Europe. DMA laws aim to restrict tech conglomerates, including Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google from monopolising their position in the global market, especially in the European Union.