There was further news today about Apple's creation of a icloud data center at home yesterday, which attracted domestic media reports. According to ABC, Apple's data center in China is designed to store data such as photos, videos, documents and personal information uploaded to icloud by users of Apple devices such as iphones and ipads.
The Chinese mainland is already the third-largest market after the US and Europe, where Apple's revenues account for more than 20% of its global revenues. Earlier in the country has issued regulations, requiring relevant data service providers to domestic users of data stored in situ in the country, so the apple move naturally is also in accordance with the law. Other IT giants, such as Amazon, Microsoft and IBM, have already set up relevant data centers in the country.
Although the data center partner is a state-owned enterprise, Apple remains committed to ensuring data security and privacy for domestic users. Apple also said in an official statement that "Apple has tight data privacy and security, and there is no ' backdoor ' in any system."
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