Sign in with Apple

The New York Times, Medium, Strava, and more Apps and Services Adopt ‘Sign in With Apple’ Ahead of June 30 Deadline

More and more services and platforms are beginning to adopt the upcoming "Sign in with Apple" protocol. A new report from MacRumors highlights the number of services that have added support for Apple's privacy-conscious "Sign in with Apple" within their apps, including big names like The New York Times, IFTTT, Medium, Strava, and more. The aforementioned companies...

Apple Shares New Guidelines for ‘Sign in with Apple’ with Developers

Earlier this year at WWDC, Apple unveiled a 'Sign in with Apple' button for Apple device users to create new logins on websites and apps as a new measure to strengthen user privacy protection. The feature basically allows users to easily sign in to apps and websites using their existing Apple ID, similar to signing in with Facebook...

OpenID Foundation Questions ‘Sign In With Apple’ Security in Public Letter

Non-profit organization OpenID Foundation, that controls numerous universal sign-in platforms including PayPal and Google using its OpenID Connect platform, has questioned the security and privacy risks associated with Apple’s recently announced Sign In with Apple platform in a public letter to Apple SVP Craig Federighi (via 9to5Mac). For those who don’t know, Apple unveiled a new...