How Secure Is Your iPhone With iOS 13? Apple pushes its privacy feature in its products and that is something Apple actually cares about when shipping both hardware and software to its customers. Apple has a dedicated website for this which you can visit here. Apple is updating the site fourth year in a row featuring benefits of iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and watchOS 6.
Apple has also published four whitepapers that offer a deep look into how Apple protects your data. Whitepapers include security and privacy features about Location Services, Safari, Photos, Sign-in with Apple and more.
Users can read a summary of how Apple is protecting your privacy and you data in Apps like Apple Maps, iMessages, browsing the internet with Safari or reading news anonymously.
These are the top privacy features from Apple
- Safari works to prevent advertisers from following you around the web
- Maps data isn’t associated with your Apple ID for identifying travel patterns
- Photos relies on the power of on-device processing to recognize faces and places
- Messages uses smart suggestions which are processed on-device
- Apple News content read is associated with a random identifier, not your Apple ID
- Health data is encrypted behind a passcode, Face ID, or Touch ID