Twitter seems to be working with Apple to integrate Sign In With Apple with its own former interface. Users of the latter can use their Apple ID to log in to their Twitter account. Similar versions of this feature frequently appear all over the world. Social networks are still the center of online media.
Therefore, it can be proved how many websites require users to create new accounts or login to Facebook. Like Pinterest, Instagram (and therefore part of Facebook), Canva, and many other small websites and platforms commonly found on the Internet. Many platforms also support Google accounts in the same way, so users can log in with their Gmail ID’s.
This proves how small the Internet world is, allowing users from different countries and platforms to interact with one-third of their account side platforms. Think of having Facebook and Gmail accounts as an optional passport in an exaggerated view of online interaction. There is no such option on Twitter. The social media platform itself is very popular and powerful for exchanging ideologies and opinions (and in most cases for discussion), but it has not made much progress in the name of cross-platform pollination.
When buying or interacting with third-party sources (buying Oculus and Instagram and trying to do so with Snapchat), Twitter and its corporate structure did not appear to show such interest. However, Apple seems to be very interested in this. And Apple is not the only company. Apple is also very satisfied with its ecosystem; due to its strict security rules, it even actively deals with other platforms, especially face-to-face with Facebook on iOS 14.
In any case, Apple appears to be working with Twitter to create a system that allows users with an Apple account to log in to Twitter without having to create an account for the latter. Apparently, social media researcher Jane Manchun Wong outlined the reasons for her belief on Twitter. He shared some sensitive screenshots and pointed out that Twitter has a new “connect account” interface, which details the Twitter account associated with the Apple ID.
It is this interface that also describes the relationship with Google ID. Recently, in another reverse engineering attempt, Wong also discovered that Twitter is testing Google’s login function. No one can say when these features will appear. Neither party commented on this.
Twitter seems to be working with Apple to integrate Sign In With Apple with its own former interface. Users of the latter can use their Apple ID to log in to their Twitter account. This proves how small the Internet world is, allowing users from different countries and platforms to interact with one-third of their account side platforms.