Apple gives a new warning to the iPhone users

It was only yesterday when the issue of Apple company misleading its users came to the surface. Apple publicly admitted that the setting of their iPhone regarding location could probably hamper the privacy concern of the users, and promised to fix it.

According to the reports issued in TechCrunch, Apple’s new range of iPhone 11 is asking for information about the location of the users, even when the users have changed the particular privacy settings of the phone. 

The review of the matter suggests that such settings are actually violating the privacy of the individuals to some extent. 

However, the authorities have wilfully responded to it and have said that the new iOS 13.3 update will be launched next week to fix the problem. Apple has further promised that it will also be coming up with security keys and new parental controls for limiting the usage. 

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