Twitter is an American microblog and social networking service in which users can post and interact with messages called “tweets”. Registered users can post, like, and repost tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Users access Twitter through its website interface or its mobile device application software (“App”), although the service will also be accessible via SMS until April 2020. The service is provided by a company, Twitter, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California, with more than 25 offices worldwide. Tweets were initially limited to 140 characters, but in November 2017, the limit for non-CJK languages was doubled to 280. Audio and video tweets are limited to 140 seconds for most accounts.
After beta testing the feature last month, Twitter for iOS is now officially launching support for Apple login. This means you can now use your Apple ID to create a Twitter account for more privacy. Researcher Jane Manchun Wong found the first evidence that Twitter used Apple to log in to work. For now, Twitter only supports the use of Apple login to create a new Twitter account. Apple provides website and application support to allow users to update their existing accounts to log in with Apple, but Twitter does not seem to have adopted this feature yet. Apple has strict guidelines on when application support Sign is required. With Apple. This is why Twitter for iOS also adds support for logging in with Google, because the App Store guidelines will prohibit you from adding Google login support, but you cannot log in with Apple.
For example, Facebook login, Google login, Twitter login, LinkedIn login, Amazon login, or WeChat login) to set up or verify the user’s primary account in the application, and use Apple login as an equivalent option must be provided. The user’s main account is the account he established in the application to identify himself, log in and access its related functions and services. To use Sign in with Apple, you need to use two-step verification and use that Apple ID to sign in to iCloud on your Apple device. Apple first launched the platform at WWDC 2019, advertising it as an untracked way to log in to apps and services. You can download the latest version of Twitter for iOS from the App Store. Twitter said that using Apple Support login will be online “soon.”