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Apple has introduced a new privacy feature to make users’ photos more secure. Now Hidden and Recently Deleted Albums of iPhone will be locked by default. The new privacy feature will keep users’ photos more secure.
iPhone and Mac Device Manufacturers Apple It is famous for its strong security features. Apple launched on June 6 WWDC 2022 The new operating system iOS 16 has been released in the developer conference. The company always gives priority to the privacy and security of its users. That’s why Apple always brings updates related to privacy and security. According to the report, in iOS 16, iPhone users are going to get a new privacy feature in Hidden and Recently Deleted albums. In the new operating system, these albums will now be locked by default. With this, the photos of the users will be even more secure.
Private photo will be secure
The Hidden and Recently Deleted albums will come locked in iOS 16, released on June 6. According to Apple’s iOS 16 features page, users will be able to unlock them using Face ID, Touch ID or passcode. It is very difficult to find these albums in iOS 15, but there is no feature to protect them.
Hidden got protection
After getting the privacy feature in the new OS, users will get the facility to keep their photos more private. In the current OS, if someone wants, then you can access your private photos. In such a situation, there is no point in the hidden album. But in iOS 16, now no one will be able to see private photos without your permission.
New feature will be available on three OS
Apart from iOS 16, Apple’s new privacy feature will also be available in iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura. Let us know that iOS 16 has been introduced on June 6, but all three software updates including iOS 16 will be released for common users this year. Apple has introduced another privacy feature called Safety Check.
Apple’s annual WWDC 2022 Developer Conference will run from June 6 to June 10. The company presents its new products and software updates in this conference. The company has introduced OS 16, watchOS 9, M2 processor, macOS Ventura new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro at WWDC 2022.