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iOS 14 changes photo privacy with this new setting

iOS 14 changes photo privacy with this new setting

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"Your photos and memories are personal." What you need to know People are starting to explore the iOS 14 beta. A new photo privacy feature has been discovered. It allows you to give an app access to a single photo, or a selection, rather than your whole library. A new privacy feature for photos in iOS 14 will let users give an app access to a single photo, or a selection, rather than their entire library. Apple announced iOS 14 at its WWDC keynote on Monday with a swathe of new features and redesigned elements. During the keynote, Apple touted a few of its new privacy features and notes on its website: Privacy is a fundamental human right and at the core of everything we do. That's why with iOS 14, we're giving you more control over the data you share and more transparency into how it's used. The main features were more privacy information on the App Store, a new recording indicator for the mic and camera, an 'Upgrade to Sign in with Apple' feature, and a new approximate...