Apple has just released its new operating system, iOS 13, which he announced at WWDC. Always faithful to its ideology surrounding privacy, the company has added an extra feature to its new operating system, which will allow users to access all of the location tracking data.
In other words, iOS 13 will allow users to view map data that will update them for all applications that have located their location, according to a report from 9to5Mac.
The report shows an app store image of the App Store, where a popup contains a map with all the data. In addition, the message has two options that let you decide whether you want to share your application location.
While we're still unable to see what the map looks like, the three options given are obvious: "Allow using application", "Allow once" and "Do not allow".
As a reminder, the popup message appears only when the "Ask" option for a specific application is enabled.
This new feature was created to give users the ability to know how and where apps locate their location and so they can choose which of them will allow them to locate their location.
In addition, the new iOS 13 is well suited to its applications and "Find My" that lets you keep track of your device even when you are offline with extra privacy. Other features that come with the new operating system are Dark Mode, Sign-in with Apple, Swipe Typing, performance improvements, and more.