Craig federighi, senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, said IOS 14 anti tracking is Apple’s core value and advertisers’ concerns will prove unfounded. Apple’s Craig federighi has been supporting this policy after Apple said it was fully committed to applying att privacy. He claims that this has always been part of Apple’s core value, and he believes it won’t hurt advertisers as much as people say. In an interview with the independent, Craig federighi said of ATT: “we launched intelligent tracking prevention a few years ago. At that time, some people in the advertising industry said that the sky would fall and their business would be destroyed because they could not track everyone’s behavior from website to website. In fact, if you look at what’s going on in the industry, it doesn’t happen at all, and we protect the privacy of our users. &Quote; < / P > < p > federighi believes that as users gain more control, the feature will increase trust in applications. He also expects this feature to be adopted by competitors. Because Apple has shown customers that consumers should expect these types of privacy protection features, other manufacturers in the industry are following suit. According to federighi, Apple’s decision to postpone the introduction of ATT until early 2021 is entirely due to technical problems, rather than any reconsideration of policy. < / P > < p > federighi also believes that Apple has created the skadnetwork, an alternative system to provide information to advertisers and will not harm the interests of users. Apple has created a framework to do this in a way that protects privacy, and Apple plans to update it to improve advertisers’ ability to deliver effective advertising while preserving privacy. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen