This week, apple expanded the functionality of its official IOS tips app, covering hardware, software and account privacy. After the update, users can see tips of nine categories in the privacy collection.It includes sign in with apple, password saved by Safari browser, private browsing, privacy report, system level password security, status prompt of camera and microphone, message preview, geographic location information, photo album, etc.
Apple has introduced tips quotes since the age of IOS 8, and provides continuous key content updates.
First, let's talk about the privacy protection precautions of safari browser: Apple points out that web browsers can create and remember passwords that can be used by specific websites, and users can rely on Apple's "strong password" generation method, or input passwords that can be used for subsequent calls.
The second is a "security advice" gadget included in Apple's "Settings", which can warn users of "weak password" or "password leaked".
This function is mainly applicable to relevant login credentials that have been encrypted and stored in icloud cloud. In addition, the "privacy report" can also be used to check which trackers Safari is preventing from accessing users' sensitive information.
By clicking the "private browsing" tab, users can enable this function of safari browser. Any web browsing and search history browsed during this period will be automatically cleaned up after exiting.
Sign in with apple is a secure login function provided by Apple IOS system in cooperation with some websites / applications. Users can easily create accounts with their Apple ID without having to worry about how to make up passwords. In addition, third-party service providers cannot obtain users' private e-mail addresses.
As for the hardware level privacy tips, when the camera / microphone of the IOS device is called, the status bar at the top of the screen gives a green / orange highlight indication. After the slide, users can clearly see which app is calling the audio and video hardware of the device.
In addition, the new version of IOS provides users with richer control options about geographic location information, such as denying certain apps access to the exact location of the device.
Finally, apple notes users can hide message previews in the notification option, and album applications can hide private photos from the default gallery.