A new change to Apple's upcoming iOS 13 will limit the collection of data from apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, which will likely cause developers to undergo a new design.
In WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, users can make calls over the Internet while working in the background. Previously, these apps have the ability to collect data, which will change as iOS 13. launches.
In the future, data calls on Messenger and WhatsApp will be very limited. Also, no data collection is allowed. Other apps, such as WeChat, Snapchat and others, will have to rebuild theirs from scratch. Developers will have until 2020 in April to comply.
Facebook has issued a statement stating that they do not collect data through the internet calling feature. A spokesperson has mentioned that the company uses the PushKit VoIP API and nothing else. Furthermore, it was said that Facebook will communicate with Apple regarding the upcoming change to iOS 1