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Now you'll finally see where the apps track you

General | Jun 12, 2019 | Master3395

Gives you more control in iOS 13.

This week's WWDC gave us a lot of information about iOS 13 (not to mention ipadOS!), But a feature that has gone under the radar for most is the new tracking feature that 9to5Mac is now reporting.

With iOS 13, Apple introduces a new feature that lets you see exactly where different apps have tracked you.

Maps give you the overview
When an app uses your location in the background, iOS 13 gives you a notice of this, as well as a map showing where the app has tracked you (see the picture at the top of the case).

The same applies to iPad's OS.

You also get an explanation of why the app tracks you, and the ability to turn off the tracking if you wish.

Some revolutionary function may not be, but it is undoubtedly nice to get a little more control over the tracking.

Keywords: beta, ios 13, iphone, security

Sources: 9to5Mac

Author: Master3395

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