Apple this week expanded the first-party iOS Tips app to include a section covering hardware, software, and account privacy.
The new privacy collection consists of nine tips covering signing in with Apple, Safari passwords, system-wide password security, camera and microphone usage indicators, message previews, location, photos, private browsing in Safari, and Safari’s privacy report feature.
Starting with Safari, Apple notes that the web browser can create and remember passwords for specific websites. Users can choose to rely on iPhone’s strong password generation or type their own for later recall.
On the same subject, Apple includes a Security Tips tool in Settings that warns users of weak or compromised passwords. The feature is applicable to passwords stored in iCloud Keychain. There is also a privacy report to review which trackers Safari is actively blocking.
Private browsing in Safari can be enabled by tapping the Private Browsing tab, which allows users to browse …
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