You can now prevent users from accessing the Private Browsing mode in Safari. iOS 17 allows you to set up a secondary authentication wall for the same.
You can prohibit companies from monitoring your internet activity while surfing in Private Browsing mode in Safari.
In case you forget your iPhone Passcode accidentally, you have 72 hours to use your old passcode and regain access to your device.
Apps will now require your permission to access the photo library. Without your permission, these apps can only access a certain number of photos.
The latest Share Password function allows you to give out your passkeys or passwords to your family members and friends via a secure medium.
You can now decide what apps can access your Calendar preferences. Furthermore, you can choose whether a certain app can only access Calendar events.
A full history of who has accessed doors, locks, sensors, and home activities over the past 30 days can be maintained by users.
Apple has finally enabled its users to save their login credentials with respective biometric data. As a result, you can now use your Face ID or Touch ID to login.
With iOS 17, users no longer need to manually manage the verification codes for various apps and services. The system will automatically get rid of used codes.
If you’re a concerned parent or are craving a mindful browser experience, then you’re in luck. iOS 17 now allows you to bar sensitive content from your device completely.
With the help of iOS 17, you can reassure your parents or loved ones regarding your arrival at a certain location.
In the realm of security, Apple has firmly established itself as an unrivaled provider, and its continuous advancements promise an even brighter future.