Thursday, 21 June, 2018

Apple Unveils New OS with Upgraded Privacy Features

Analyst Ming Chi Kuo predicts that Apple may release these three iPhones.                  MacRumors Analyst Ming Chi Kuo predicts that Apple may release these three iPhones. MacRumors
Lori Graves | 07 June, 2018, 06:34

It's set up a lot like Bitmoji but takes the magic of Animoji live face-tracking to deliver some very fun and diverse experiences that can live in messages or can be directly transposed on your face through the camera app.

The best part of this news is that these boosts will be seen across devices from the iPhone 5s, introduced in 2013, to the new iPhone X. More importantly, they must "not provide a store-like interface, or include the ability to browse, select, or purchase software not already owned or licensed by the user".

Users can view and control how they spend their time on apps, set time limits and more. It will give a time breakdown of how and when their phone was used as well as a report on the number of notifications received. Users can pick which apps are allowed during downtime, or override the setting with a passcode should he or she need access to an app for some reason. Parents will also be able to choose the apps they want to make available to their kids all the time.

Apple also declared war on Facebook with new features that block the social giant and other data-gobbling companies from tracking iPhone, iPad and Mac users around the web. On iOS, you'll see how you and your family use your i-devices to figure out.well, where all that time you spent watching YouTube or scrolling Facebook went.

It merits mentioning here that Facebook has denied the report as well, saying that "Contrary to claims by the New York Times, friends' information, like photos, was only accessible on devices when people made a decision to share their information with those friends".

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Facebook couldn't develop its own mobile apps for these devices because there would have been no way to get them onto the phones. Some device makers could retrieve personal information even from users' friends who believed they had barred any sharing.

From advancements in AR to Memojis to group FaceTime, there is plenty to be excited about with iOS 12.

Privacy has become the new selling point for companies and Apple did that with last night's WWDC keynote conference.

"I am concerned. that Apple is falling further behind Google and Amazon in AI (artificial intelligence)", said GlobalData research director Avi Greengart in a tweet.

A survey released in May by Pew Research Center found that 95 percent of teens in the United States have access to a smartphone, and 45 percent say they are online "almost constantly".

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