On Wednesday, U.S. time, Facebook strongly criticized Apple's anti-tracking practices , but Apple also responded quickly. According to MacRumors , Apple still maintains a consistent position that users' rights and interests are prioritized.
Apple responded: We believe this is a clear act we want to stand up for users. Users should know when their data will be collected and shared in other apps and websites, and they should have the right to choose Do you want to share this information? The transparency of iOS 14 App tracking does not require Facebook to change the way they track users and create targeted ads, it just allows them to give users the right to choose.
In addition, Apple also emphasized that their decision change also applies to Apple itself. If users do not want to be tracked, they can change it in "Settings" → "Privacy".