Change how often apps track your location.
With iOS 13, you can now stop apps like Facebook from snooping your every location. Instead of push notifications requesting access to your location when you open an up for the first time, you are now greeted with a notification asking you to choose from three different privacy options, “Allow continuous location access while you’re using the app”, “Allow access once” or ” Don’t allow access at all”.
If you select the “Allow access once” option, you will be greed with the same notification each time you open the app.
Block SPAM callers.
Can I get a Hallelujah? Are you constantly being bugged by Telemarketers? Worry no more! With iOS 13, your iPhone can intelligently determine whether you know the caller or not. If the number is found in your contacts, message or mail the call will be let through to you. A bit like your own personal assistant. To enable this feature, Visit settings, tap on Phone, then toggle on the button labelled Silence Unknown Callers.
Block Apps from accessing Bluetooth.
Have you ever noticed Facebook sends you specific ads because you have visited a specific store? It’s probably because it has access to your Bluetooth data. But now, with iOS 13 you can block certain apps from using Bluetooth without your permission. It is necessary when you want to use your Air Pods, FitBit or Apple watch but do you really want Facebook to know when you have visited Sainsburys?
No more weak passwords.
Like it or not, Apple wants you to stop using Password123 when you sign up or log into a website on Safari. Now, when you login into a website on Safari with a weak password, Apple will let you know, giving you the option to be sent directly to the place where you can change it.