How it will work if Apple will allow users to pass on their data to Lovers After their Death

In the unfortunate case of your death, we soon told you what happened to your Google data. With the latest iOS update, Apple has considered this and is bringing a Digital Legacy feature.

So far, there is no easy way to access the iCloud data of the deceased loved one, and there is no way to unlock their phone without their passcode. Now, with the Digital Heritage Program coming in iOS 15.2, you can design up to five people as Legacy Contacts. These are people who can access your data and personal information stored in iCloud when you die – things like photos, documents, and even purchases.

To activate Legacy Digital, Apple also needs a death certificate and a password. At present, Apple does not provide for the transfer of sensitive personal data due to the company’s privacy policy. However, people are rallying against the company because it does not give them access to the data of their loved ones, even after their death is something everyone wants to avoid. Let’s see how to set up a Legacy Contact.

While you can add a contact that is not on iOS 15.2, they will not be able to hide the password in Settings on their device. Therefore, it is advisable to provide them with the key yourself.

Thus, Google and Facebook have limits in space for access to data for dead users. Contact Legacy is part of the Digital Legacy program and is available for current iOS 15.2 beta testers. The feature will be rolled out with iOS 15.2 for all users. We do not know when the feature will arrive on macOS.

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