The Washington Post has made available for download their article, “Apple iOS privacy settings to change now”, which discusses setting options that will make iOS devices as private as possible. The article begins as follows:
Privacy is a central part of Apple’s marketing campaigns and it sounds great in the company’s ads and product announcements. But actually making things as private as possible on Apple devices does require a bit of effort and time.
We’ve assembled all the settings you can change on your iPhone and iPad to make the devices as private as possible. These instructions are all based on iOS 15, the newest version of the operating system, but details can vary between updates.
Apple has added a number of settings and reports to its iOS mobile operating system, which runs on iPhones and iPads, to make personal information more private from webpages, third-party apps and even Apple itself. It all starts with a trip to the iOS settings app. (Most settings use a toggle that is green when on and gray when off.)
To see the full article, click: “Apple iOS privacy settings to change now”
Posted by Anthony Tran, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal