7 Ways Your iPhone Invades Your Privacy

7 Ways Your iPhone Invades Your Privacy

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Title 7 Ways Your iPhone Invades Your Privacy
Duration 07:23
Source YouTube
Tags iphone privacy, how apple tracks you, does iphone track location history, privacy on iphone, iphone privacy settings, iphone privacy tips, iphone, apple, iphone analytics, icloud analytics, limit ad tracking, prevent cross site tracking, significant locations, payette forward, upphone, privacy

Apple experts David and David tell you about seven ways your iPhone invades your privacy. 0:15 iPhone Analytics: This setting sends diagnostic and usage from your iPhone to Apple so they can improve their products. 0:57 iCloud Analytics: Similar to iPhone analytics, this setting sends iCloud data from your iPhone to Apple. 1:20 Significant Locations: This settings saves information about all the places you visit most often. Apple uses this information to send you personalized content like targeted advertisements. 2:29 Prevent Cross-site Tracking: Turning this on will help prevent third-party content providers from tracking you across multiple websites. 3:35 Limit Ad Tracking: Turning this on will help prevent advertisers from collecting more personalized information about you. 4:13 App Permissions: Don’t let just any app have access to your Camera, Photos, and Contacts! 5:34 Uninstall Bad Third-Party Keyboards: Third-party keyboards have access to anything you type using the keyboard. Keyboards like Gboard and Bitmoji are fine, but others might not be! Visit https://www.payetteforward.com for more iPhone tips and tricks. Compare every cell phone, every plan, and every carrier on UpPhone: https://www.upphone.com Get Social With Payette Forward: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/payetteforwa... On Twitter: https://twitter.com/payetteforward

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