In iOS 15, Mail Privacy Protection, announced at WWDC 2021, can be turned on in either the Mail or Settings app.
Another year, another Apple Worldwide Developer Conference…and, as usual, Dr. Mac has opinions on a couple of things that stuck out for him…
Kevin Lynch, Vice President of Technology at Apple, talked about health in iOS 15 and watchOS 8 that will arrive later this year.
One of the updates to Apple Wallet in iOS 15 is letting people scan their driver’s license. But is that a good thing?
One major question is how Apple users and law enforcement like TSA agents will actually interact with these digital IDs. If your driver’s license is on your phone, you could potentially have to present your fully unlocked device to a law enforcement agent in a transaction like a traffic stop or at airport security. That could, in turn, expose you to incidental search of your data, social media accounts, or anything else the agent flicks to.
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In one sentence: If you can run iOS 14 you can run iOS 15. The iOS 15 device support list includes iPhone 6s and later.
Apple announced a swathe of new privacy features for its operating systems, and Apple VP Craig Federighi spoke about the new changes.
During Apple’s WWDC 2021 event on Monday, Andrew couldn’t help but notice the new ways in which the company is competing with rival services.