15 thoughts on “FR: Sign in with Apple Support

  1. It would also appear that Apple will eventually reject app store submissions with apps that contains SSO but not apples one.
    Which is a little worrying.

  2. +1 Even though you can technically implement Apple Sign In with Firebase already (using Custom Auth), I’d really appreciate a native option with an integration in the Firebase Console.

  3. On this issue. There’s not much progress-wise that we can report in a meaningful way without implicitly creating unreliable timeline expectations, so there haven’t been many updates here. However, we are committed to releasing Sign in with Apple support before Sign in with Apple is mandatory for new apps, which is expected to happen in fall of this year.

  4. Well, I doubt Apple will make you have it on launch. I may be wrong and although they are stern on their rules look at their support for the iPhone X mandate. It took almost a year for them to even support iMovie for the X. I am not hating on Apple, but I am saying that they usually don’t follow their deadlines, nor do they make others follow them until further down the road. But I could be wrong on this one.

  5. Hmm, the catch is if you want to please Apple which potentially features your app, you’d better do whatever they say…

  6. It’s also nice to support features that users want at launch. As a user, I’ve replaced apps that have taken too long to support functionality I thought was important.

    As a developer I don’t want to put my users in that position.

  7. We just published an application with email/pwd and Facebook login without any problem. The guidle is clear: Apps that exclusively use a third-party or social login service … So if you have email login, U Will have no problem.

  8. This is available in the latest SDK release (6.13.0). See the Sign in with Apple guide for details on implementing it. If you encounter any bugs with the new Sign in with Apple behavior, please file them in a new issue.

    Thanks all for your patience!

FR: Sign in with Apple Support

Add support for authenticating with Sign in with Apple. With the release of iOS 13, Apple will require that you implement this to be listed on the App Store if your App uses other 3rd party login providers.

Sign In with Apple will be available for beta testing this summer. It will be required as an option for users in apps that support third-party sign-in when it is commercially available later this year.


There is already an open issue and PR in the Firebase iOS SDK for Sign In With Apple Support, but hybrid apps (e.g., Cordova) will also need this support in the JS SDK.


4 thoughts on “FR: Sign in with Apple Support

  1. Hi!

    Now that iOS 13 and 13.1 are publicly available, is it possible for us to have sign in with apple use it Firebase Auth?