Web: https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/s2agv3/thinking_about_switching_to_ios_for_privacy/

Jan. 12, 2022, 4:34 p.m. | /u/inf-alpaca

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Reasons I want to (currently OP 6T Android 11)

  • I don't trust google, and app data collected and shared at phone memory.

  • I mostly use open source apps like Signal and FlorisBoard, but my work org requires me to use Gmail. -_-.

  • I cannot disable most of the apps on OP 6T, and some native apps has weird permissions like Games. I can't even disable that app. I don't even play games.

  • Don't want to root my phone, then it …

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