Securely view and revoke app permissions with Safety Check on iPhone.
Safety Check is a new iOS security feature introduced by Apple last year, designed to quickly show you all the information you’re sharing with someone else, and instantly revoke those permissions in the case of domestic abuse. However, Safety Check can also be used as a tool to protect your own privacy and security. It allows you to keep track of all the applications you have downloaded, and revoke any permissions they have to your phone’s camera, speaker, or other information. To use Safety Check, open the Settings app on your iPhone and go to Privacy & Security > Safety Check. Use Manage Sharing & Access to view and revoke app permissions. You can view a list of third-party apps, along with a description of what information they have access to. To revoke an app’s permissions, check the circle next to the app and then tap the Stop App Access button at the bottom of the page. You can also revoke permissions by information, such as location or microphone. When you are finished, you can either skip through the rest of Safety Check or use the Quick Exit option at the top right. Safety Check is an important tool for anyone with an iPhone who is interested in protecting their privacy and security. It is a quick and easy way to ensure that your information is secure.