Apple and Google star in a united front in our day, which is physically created to create "controversy" Touch Tracking API, as an appropriate alternative for controlling coronavirus infection. According to the first statement, the first version of this solution will be ready in May. However, the urgency of the break-up with the isolation of people in different parts of the world and the need for an urgent solution may be fast.
After several explanatory comments on how Apple and the Google API work, the first version of it will be available on April 28, as announced by Apple chief executive Tim Cook, during a video conference by European Commissioner Thierry Breton when he urged both companies to work with the European Union to ensure the API works on all devices.
Apple and Google are developing their COVID-19 tracking API
The concept was launched on April 10 as a privacy preservation API that allows devices to be notified of nearby contacts, acquired by COVID-19, via a Bluetooth-based connection. However, its use will remain subject to user authorization, which, according to Apple and Google, your privacy will always be maintained.
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The first version available later this month coincides with the first phase of the development of this technology. According to Apple and Google, this first phase requires users to open their app and their country's public health app, responsible for registering information. In the second phase expected months later, companies will build components of the program directly into the operating system. This means downloading the app will not be required