How Apple is turning its walled garden into a social network

Two years ago, Mark Zuckerberg said in a lengthy 3200-word blog post that Facebook’s future lies in encrypted, ephemeral communications and he believes “privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today’s open platforms.” 

Zuckerberg, of course, had his own business’s best interests at heart when he penned it down. After all, Facebook owns the two most-popular messaging apps: Messenger and WhatsApp. But the social giant’s privacy-first vision for communications may already have a major competitor in the company it’s been in a constant tussle with over the last few months: Apple. Yes, the iPhone maker might beat Facebook to the finish line. 

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