Apple has always taken user privacy more seriously than its competitors, and that doesn't appear to be changing anytime soon.
Apple will also require developers to be transparent about their business practices in their privacy policies. App creators will have to explain how user data is collected, what data is collected, and how said data will be used in the future.
This is certainly good news for privacy-minded users, but it's not entirely clear what Apple is hoping to achieve. More transparency is always a good thing, but not many users read privacy policies, to begin with, and it's doubtful that Apple's new requirements will change that.