Tech giant Apple has ramped up its privacy-focused approach. The company said it wants to take privacy to another level. It has now decided to hide IP tracking on Safari and Mail. Apple said that it has launched a new feature that will hide the IP addresses of users. The feature is called App Tracking Transparency. The company claimed that the new feature will hide IP addresses automatically in Safari. Safari is Apple’s web browser. The feature hides the IP addresses by default. Apple said that the Mail app will also hide IP addresses. The company said that the feature will give more control to users. Users can monitor what their apps are doing with data.
The report will also tell users that how often the apps used past permission to access data like contacts, photos, location, and camera among others. Users can also see with whom apps have shared their data. They can take action accordingly by going to Settings. The latest decisions are part of Apple’s commitment to privacy and bring a change in the industry by new features. Notably, all the apps seek users’ nods before using their data. Apple said that user privacy is at the center of the company’s policy. It brings new updates regularly to provide more control to users. The latest updates seek to provide more control to users than ever before.