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Understanding App privacy report

iOS 15: Understanding Apps behaviour

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WWDC 21 unveiled App privacy report that will enable users to understand what’s going on with their everyday applications under the hood.

The report will reveal instances when an app accesses user data and sensors (like photos, location, contacts etc.) and also list out all the domains that your app contacts.

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