Keeping in mind the privacy of the users, Apple has included the ‘App Privacy report’ feature in the iOS 15.2 beta update. With the help of this new feature, users will be able to know about the personal data accessed by the apps on their iPhones.
This includes sensitive information such as location, photos, camera, microphone, and contacts accessed by apps within the past seven days. According to MacRumors, beta versions of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 have been released.
However, there is still time for it to be launched publicly. With the help of this feature, you will be able to know that whether recently the apps on your phone or iPad have contacted suspicious web domains that you have not yet visited in the app.
This feature of Apple was first unveiled at the ‘WWDC’ developer conference, since then the news of this feature’s launch was wandering. You can currently find this feature in the Privacy section of the Report Settings app in iOS 15.2 beta.
In today’s date, many apps ask you for permitting to access some of your data before installing the app, so we always want to know which data of ours is being used, Although, this feature added by Apple will help you to know this which is a good move from the privacy point of view.