Why you should stop using Apple software in 2018

Why you shouldn’t use Apple software anymore if you don’t care about its privacy and security issues.

Akshara, a software technology company, is a leading company in the development of cloud-based data analytics services for the healthcare and government industries.

In 2018, the company announced that it would stop supporting iOS and MacOS applications, with the end of the iOS app in 2020.

According to a statement from the company, the move was taken to address a range of factors including security, privacy and interoperability issues.

“While we’ve been working on this for a while, it was important to take a moment to reflect on the evolving industry landscape, and our vision of a seamless future where we can deliver on our customers’ expectations of a secure and private environment,” Akshara CEO Kishore Srivastava said in the statement.

“It’s important to remember that while Apple’s continued support for the iOS platform and Mac OS is a good thing, we’re not the only ones to be affected.

This is a very long-term plan and we look forward to sharing more information as we have time.”

Apple is currently one of the most widely used iOS platforms in the world, but there are some notable privacy issues that have emerged in the past few years.

According a recent report by Privacy International, Apple has faced a number of privacy issues recently, such as data collection in the Apple Health app and Apple Pay, which allow users to spend their money on Apple products without their consent.

“We are committed to making sure that our users are treated with the highest level of trust, and we will continue to support iOS and OS X platforms as long as we can,” the company added.

Apple has previously defended its use of the Apple Watch, stating that the devices are a convenient way to record, store and manage health data.