There’s this banner going out, Apple saying, “We’re the good guy.” But here’s what bothers us about this big iOS update. Essentially Apple is saying you guys are bad guys for sharing all this data, but then they are tracking all of our data and they’re using that data to make lots of money.
In today’s episode, we’re going to give a few examples here of why this is, in my opinion, messed up. Don’t be fooled. Apple is not saying, “We’re not going to track you.” They are saying, “We are going to beat everyone in business and not let you not share our data with any of you.”
It’s messed up. In our opinion, that is messed up. Jason has already jumped ship and he’s always been an Apple fan.

Bottom line is this is Apple is trying to strong arm everybody for their data. And this is where I draw the line because we’re at risk here of putting small businesses, agencies, people who run their own ads, literally out of business. If you don’t know what’s going on, and want to get caught up on the inside scoop, then listen in to this powerful conversation between Jason and Eric. It’s eye-opening!

Apple is pissing everyone off and basically being the bully in the sandbox.
If anyone’s struggling with the Apple update out there. We have a resource for you go to our website, a download on everything you need to do for the checklist.

Apple has pushed the release of the iOS 14 Facebook update another two months, so, we have a little bit more time. We’re going to talk about this in another episode, but get the checklist so you can be prepared.

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James Hamilton Healy

James Hamilton Healy is a Best Selling Author, host of Business Innovators Radio and contributor to Small Business Trendsetters and Business Innovators Magazine covering Influencers, Innovators and Trendsetters in Business, Health, Finance and Personal Development.

Jason Smith

Jason Smith founded Spotlight Social in 2016 after working for Tier 11, a leading Facebook advertising agency. Previously, he served as a Los Angeles police officer for 13 years. When Jason isn't building high converting FB / Insta Campaigns, he enjoys wakeboarding, wake surfing, and dirt biking.