Published: Wed, June 12, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

IOS 12.3.2 fixes a camera bug but doesn't do much else

IOS 12.3.2 fixes a camera bug but doesn't do much else

At the WWDC 2019 keynote, Apple announced iOS 13 with a whole slate of brand new features, including the much-anticipated Dark Mode, and more. On top of that, Apple will show you a map of the location data an app has acquired, as well as an explanation of why each particular app needs access to your location.

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9to5Mac posted screenshots showing this new feature.

The report shows picture of the Tesla and the App Store apps wherein a pop-up message has a map with all the data. In addition to the map, the new notification also provides reasoning by the app developer. The Tesla app says that it is tracking the user's location "to show your proximity to the vehicle (while the app is open), and to optimize phone key on your supported vehicles (while the app is in the background)".

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The iPhone 11 series and its less appealing camera bump will debut alongside iOS 13 and with it, Apple has made an announcement a lot of iPhone users may not want to hear.

Thus it is intended that users are more aware of the type of applications that are requesting access to your location to take a series of measures.

Beta testers at 9to5Mac have discovered that the upcoming release, now in preview, will tell you what apps are tracking you in the background and will give you the option of switching them off. You'll have an option to change the permission to "Only while using" or keep allowing the location access to the app.

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