Published: Tue, June 11, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

IOS 12.3.2 update now available for iPhone 8 Plus

IOS 12.3.2 update now available for iPhone 8 Plus

Apple unveiled several new features for its various operating systems showing a renewed commitment to privacy at a time where its rivals are also making user privacy a top priority.

Portrait Mode is Apple's camera feature that uses machine-learning-based techniques and the dual cameras on some iPhone models to analyze photos and create a depth-of-field effect.

According to a report by 9To5Mac, iOS 13 allows users to view data in the form of a map which shows where all a particular app has tracked your location.

Tesla uses your location to show your proximity to your vehicle (while the app is open), and to optimize phone key on your support vehicles (while the app is in the background).

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It appears that iOS users will receive a popup notification from an app that is tracking them while running in the background.

This news was a part of the fine print in Apple's iOS 13 press page and the brand stating that the release is a software update for iPhone 6s devices and later. In addition to this, the prompt message has two options to choose from - Change to only while using and Always, letting you decide whether or not you wish to share your location with the apps.

Currently, users can only choose between continuous background access or during app use. Users will be able to immediately change the location privacy level to "Only While Using" (the app) directly from the notification, or confirm that it's okay to always allow tracking in the background.

The new update will also prevent developers from learning your location via Wi-Fi network details or Bluetooth.

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