Apple told how it will protect your data

At WWDC 2021, Apple discussed how it will protect user data.

In the Mail application, when sending letters, your IP will be hidden so that the recipient cannot trace you. The update also affected the browser: the IP will also be hidden. All your data will be encrypted.

Also in iOS, a menu will appear with the history of access to the user’s personal data, where all applications and sites that collect your data will be collected.

Siri has also been updated: the assistant will not send your questions to the servers – everything is in the device. This should speed up the work of the assistant.

Updated iCloud subscription – now it’s iCloud +. In addition to the extra space, you get the ability to hide your mail, encrypt traffic (looks like a VPN), and unlimited space for cameras with HomeKit Secure Video support.

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