Apple has introduced awesome privacy tools with the iOS 13 update. It seems like Apple is very serious about users privacy and security. With the new release of iOS, Apple ties to implement new and new security features to protect users privacy.
In the new iOS 14, no app can access contacts, photos, location, etc personal information without your permission. Even cameras and microphones have the same settings when it comes to privacy.
Apple has recently launched iOS 15 and as we expect, Apple has implemented Protect Mail Activity and App Privacy Report.
Not just that but you can also customize all privacy settings according to your need.
Change iPhone Privacy settings
In this article, we are going to share how you can change iPhone privacy and security settings.
1. Mail Protection
As we mentioned above, Apple has implemented a mail privacy protection feature. This feature will block all the services that access data using emails.
Follow these steps to enable this feature:
First of all open iPhone settings and go to Mails.
Find and click on Privacy Protection.
Turn on Protect Mail Activity. That’s it.
If you are using any other mail client app like Gmail or Yahoo then the feature will enable automatically.
2. App Privacy Report
To protect users data with App Tracking, Apple has introduced this new App Privacy Report. This will allow you to manage app tracking for each and every installed app on your iPhone.
To enable this awesome security setting, follow these steps:
Go to iPhone settings and then navigate to privacy options.
Scroll down on the privacy page and click on Record App Activity.
Here, enable Record App Activity.
Once you enable this, you will receive a report for your app activity after every 7 days.