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With iOS 13, You Can Know Where The Apps Tracked You

With iOS 13, You Can Know Where The Apps Tracked You

Now, among the numerous privacy improvements coming to iOS 13, 9to5Mac has discovered that Apple's newest OS update is also going to be a lot more forthcoming about keeping track of where third-party apps have been using your location, even going so far as to show it to you on a map. Now, 9to5Mac has spotted that when an app asks for permission to use your location data, the dialog box will show a map view of locations the app has tracked you. The Tesla app says that it is tracking the user's location "to show your proximity to the vehicle (while the app is open), and to optimize phone key on your supported vehicles (while the app is in the background)".

The update follows after Apple rolled-out iOS 12.3.1 last month, addressing issues that could prevent making or receiving VoLTE calls and addressed issues in Messages that prevent the Report Junk link from appearing in Messages threads from unknown senders. The notification also includes a map showing the exact locations where a particular app running in the background has been tracking an iPhone user. If the user buys it, he will select the "Always Allow" option.

If "Always" was selected, it meant that apps could track their location continuously in the background, often when users were unaware.

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Apple says that these pop-ups will be "periodic", allowing users to toggle what the app is doing.

Apple has released iOS 12.3.2, fixing a bug that could cause the Camera app to capture Portrait mode photos without depth effect on some iPhone 8 Plus devices.

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