Now, Apple iOS privacy settings to change

Apple’s iOS 15 has dropped. Around the world, a new version of the mobile device, and the regular iPad 15.5, is rolling out. Last week, Apple released us after the release of the iPhone 13 at its last app application event. iOS 15 proved controversial even before it was released. Following the retirement, Apple Child Protection Tools intends to remain in this update but has been put on hold indefinitely.

It is the second year in a row that a new key feature is missing as a new version of iOS launches.

Apple’s iOS 14 application tracking controls – which stop advertisers from tracking across your phone – are delayed until May 2021 and come with iOS 14.5 after Facebook and other advertising companies complained about their impact. Although the complaints did not stop Apple from introducing the changes.

Child safety tools aside, there are also plenty of new privacy and security features included with iOS 15. As with any new software update you should install the new system as soon as possible. Updates often include a lot more than just new features and they always squash new bugs and security vulnerabilities – the iOS 14.8 instant update, released shortly before Apple’s iPhone event, shows how important the new software is .

While Apple has allowed iOS 15 to be released, it always takes a while to navigate around the world, which means it may take a little longer to reach some people than others. Here is what you need to change when you install the update on your phone.

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