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> As they point out at the very bottom, all their arguments apply to all third-party sign-ons, so they're removing Facebook as well.

That section of the post was surprising. If they're not supporting Sign in with Apple, then obviously they're going to remove support for all other third-party sign-ons, because those third-party sign-ons are what trigger the obligation to support Sign in with Apple.

Ending their post about "why we won't be supporting Sign in with Apple" with a note that they're also ending Sign in with Facebook on the merits of third-party sign-in is quite disingenuous. It doesn't matter at all what they think about the merits of Sign in with Facebook; those thoughts are completely irrelevant to their decision.






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