Privacy, a new muscular Mac Pro workstation, and the debut of iPadOS were topline items at Apple’s WWDC keynote. During its more than two-hour presentation, Apple emphasized new features in its products aimed at protecting users’ data and privacy. “At Apple, we believe privacy is a fundamental human right and we engineer it into everything we do,” Craig Federighi told the enthusiastic crowd. One way Apple is protecting privacy iOS 13, is by giving users greater control of the use of location data by applications.

from TechNewsWorld

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