There came a surprise to Apple against the Facebook battle. The erroneous messaging ideas of the iPhone maker are worsening now as Apple’s new privacy innovations may have removed billions from Facebook revenues.
Apple is firmly committed to compromising its business status, building a cross-platform partnership with Google to give iPhone users an alternative to Facebook messaging platforms. Now, it looks like Apple will be adding controversial photo monitoring to iMessage in the upcoming iOS 15.2 release. This made the situation worse for iMessage users, giving them a reason to switch to WhatsApp, one of the same Facebook platforms that Apple is fighting.
Of course Apple has damaged Facebook with the Tracking App Tracker and Privacy Icons, but it seems that the iPhone developer sees Google’s Android as a competitive threat, while Facebook is more destructive and foil for its first-selling private.
This enhancement works perfectly in the multi-billion-dollar global high-speed transmission. This week, we saw the acceleration of the development of the new version of WhatsApp-beta access to most of your devices. We have also seen the end result of several security code conversion warnings in chats with users joining the beta, you will probably have seen this with some of your contacts in the coming weeks.
On the surface, this generated WhatsApp update can be seen as targeted iMessage, with its seamless multi-device access already in place. But in reality, it keeps Android users very important to WhatsApp. That’s where you can see a lot of your users, and that’s what has been under threat from Signal and Telegram and now, eagerly, Google itself has redesigned and launched an attack on Android messaging .
Yes, Facebook dominates the global messaging market, with WhatsApp and Messenger, having the two most popular cross-platform services with 2 billion and 1.3 billion users. But it has not taken the US at its normal pace, according to Apple. As Zuckerberg complained earlier this year, “Apple is growing as one of our biggest competitors. iMessage is the key link of their ecosystem – which is why iMessage is the most widely used messaging service in the US. ”
Unlike Android, iOS does not give users the option to replace iMessage with a different default messenger. Instead, it is stitching iMessage more into the fabric of the iPhone OS. And while this is good for Apple, with iMessage (especially in the US) sticky platform users not wanting to stop, it is not good at all for its billion-plus users.