iOS 15.2—3 Amazing New iPhone Features Coming Every Minute

It’s almost time – Apple iOS 15.2 is going to happen any minute. And it’s definitely the biggest update to iOS 15 in terms of privacy upgrades. The iOS 15.2 update comes with a bunch of amazing new iPhone features that are going to be a game-changer for your privacy.

Best of all, it’s coming very soon. IOS 15.2 beta 4 has just arrived, which means we’ll be seeing the new iPhone update in the coming weeks.

Here are the three biggest iPhone features you can expect in iOS 15.2.

iOS 15.2 — Application Privacy Report

Perhaps the most revolutionary feature of iOS 15.2 is the app privacy report. This new iPhone feature launched with iOS 15 in the fall, but until iOS 15.2 lands, it doesn’t let you actually view the report. That’s right, you can create the report, but the file is currently unreadable, which makes the feature a bit unnecessary.

Not anymore when iOS 15.2 launches. You will then be able to see what permissions you’ve granted to which iPhone apps in an easy-to-read report. Additionally, the app privacy report in iOS 15.2 will let you see which apps are following you, leveraging iOS 14’s famous app tracking transparency feature.

“The Application Privacy Report provides the perfect opportunity to examine background applications and help you take full control of permissions,” says Jake Moore, Cybersecurity Specialist at ESET.

When launching iOS 15.2, Moore advises you to take a look at your iPhone app permissions and revoke them if necessary. “Granting access to sensitive information like microphone, photos, and your location shouldn’t be taken lightly, so it’s critical that you know what your apps are capable of monitoring and analyzing.

“It’s always best to minimize the amount of access to your data and grant permissions only when necessary for the app to work. “

iOS 15.2: Find the AirTags that follow you

Another cool privacy feature in iOS 15.2 is an enhancement to the Find My app to let you search for AirTags or Find My enabled items that might be following you. In iOS 15.2, there is an option in the Find My app in the Items tab under “Items That Can Follow Me”.

This allows you to find nearby items that might follow you.

iOS 15.2 — Hide my email in your Apple Mail app

Another game-changing new feature in iOS 15.2 is the ability to hide your email right from your Apple Mail app. Pretty cool, eh? All you have to do is go into your email, tap on the Cc / Bcc field, and the option to hide your email should appear. This will allow you to use a fake email address when sending emails to marketers and other people who you don’t want to know your real email credentials. Your emails will always be forwarded to your real address, and you can cancel your fake email addresses whenever you want.

Here is. Apple’s iOS 15.2 is a game-changer for iPhone privacy, and it’s coming very soon. Come back to my page for updates.

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