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When Nancy Kent, the CEO of Apple, announced her plan to ban passwords in April, she was pushing back against a backlash against Apple’s “security lockdown.”
Now, as Apple is preparing to launch a new system for people who want to access the company’s iCloud storage, she says her stance on password sharing has changed.
Kent said in an interview that she was open to more flexibility for the tech giant’s users when it comes to sharing their data with the company.
“I want people to have access to their data,” Kent told Mashable in an email.
“But I’m also not comfortable with people sharing it with the rest of the world.”
Kent was also open to making it easier for people to share data between Apple devices, but said that while the company could work on ways to improve the system, she didn’t want to force Apple to implement the change.
“If you’re the CEO, you can do whatever you want, but I don’t want anyone to be held hostage by their devices,” Kent said.
Kent says she’s had some feedback from Apple customers, including a few who say they want to be able to share their iCloud passwords with anyone.
But she also said the company has had some pushback from users who believe they should be able share passwords with everyone, and they want the option to do so.
“Apple users are upset with this,” she said.
“They want to share passwords, they want a way to share the data between the device and the cloud.
But it’s a lot of frustration.”
Apple isn’t the only company trying to move away from passwords.
Last week, Microsoft announced a new feature called “SID” that lets users set up a secure channel for sending and receiving data across devices, like a phone or a computer.
SID, however, is still locked down to the Mac and PC platforms.
That means that it can only be shared between two people at a time, and it only works with the Xbox Live service, not the Windows 10 or Chrome Web Store.
However, Microsoft has said that it is open to letting users share SID with the public, but it is only a way for people using Windows 10 to share with others.
As Kent said, she isn’t open to using SID for everyone, just those who want it.
“We have to have a very strong password,” Kent explained.
“And we have to make sure that people can’t just put their password on the end of the email.”