These special security features are available in iOS 17, know why they are important for your iPhones
Apple has recently launched the new iPhone for its customers. Let us tell you that the company is starting pre-booking of two of these devices from today. Currently, the company said that it is preparing to launch iOS 17 on September 18. Today we are going to tell you about some of its special security features.
Apple has been in the news for the past few days and the biggest reason for this is the launch of the iPhone. The company launched its latest iPhone 15 series on September 12, which includes four phones i.e. iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Currently, the company is preparing to bring the new iOS 17 update for its customers. This update is coming for all users on September 18. Although this update is already quite special, but we will let you know about its security features. Let us know about it.
Face Id lock in safari
Apple has added Face ID to private browsing in the new update, which improves security for you. In iOS 17, users have been given the facility of Face ID to unlock private browsing.
You can use it easily. Let us tell you that every time you close Safari or lock your iPhone, you will need Face ID to open it. Let us tell you that this feature is also available in macOS Sonoma.
iOS 17 will make it easier to stop tracking
Apple is working on a new security feature to prevent tracking with iOS 17. The company has introduced a new feature to strengthen its campaign against trackers. Let us tell you that hackers can also grab your IP address and device information.
With this feature, Safari can automatically detect URLs in mail and messages in iOS 17 and remove the tracking part in real time.
Photo Privacy Permission
Apple's new photo privacy permissions trigger a message asking apps that you've given permission to access images in the last 6 months or more.
In this you will be allowed to limit access and access the entire library.
In such a situation, if you choose to limit access, then every time you want to share a photo, you will be asked to select certain images and videos.
Automatic checking of text in messages
iOS 17 has also introduced a special security feature in Messages, which is known as Check In. With this feature, you can automatically alert friends or family via text when you reach your location.
If you can't reach your location, this feature tells your friends and family your exact location, battery level, cell service status, and the last active time they used their iPhone.