12 Innovative Ways That iOS 14 Will Protect Your Privacy
These days it seems like just about every company out there is trying to find ways to collect as much information about you as possible, and even in the cases where the reasons for doing this are seemingly benign, such as building large demographic databases for marketing and advertising, the fact is that it’s never a good thing to have more of your personal information getting out there than strictly necessary.
Apple has obviously seen an opportunity here to go against the grain and do something different, and a few years ago it begin heavily promoting how much privacy is built into every product and service that it offers, with Apple CEO Tim Cook going so far as to describe privacy as a “fundamental human right.” Every version of iOS released over the past few years has taken further steps to keep your private information private, and Apple has gone to great lengths to do this in some cases, such as performing all photo analysis directly on your iPhone and iPad hardware, rather than relying on cloud servers.
So it’s no surprise that iOS 14 is building on last year’s privacy improvements and once again raising the bar to protect your privacy in a whole bunch of other new and innovative ways. Read on for 12 ways in which iOS 14 will protect your privacy even more.