Sign in with Apple was announced at WWDC this past June and caused quite a commotion about what it means for developers who implement it, and end users who benefit from it.
As part of iOS 13, Sign in with Apple will serve as a new upstream identity provider that app developers will include in their applications to offer a frictionless sign-in experience with Touch ID and Face ID, as well as address privacy concerns around apps that share customer data through social logins.
Apps that exclusively use a third-party or social login service (such as Facebook Login, Google Sign-in, Sign in with Twitter, etc.) to set up or authenticate the user’s primary account with the app must also offer Sign in with Apple as an equivalent option.
As a result, developers are tasked with integrating this feature into their apps, or risk rejection or removal of any apps that do not comply.
What does this mean for logins moving forward? That a flexible identity platform is no longer a nice-to-have, but a need-to-have for responding to rapid market changes and the urgent demand by consumers to have the most seamless login possible. This webinar will cover Sign in with Apple highlights, how to easily implement it into apps, and why your identity management solution matters.
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