With the announcement of iOS 14, Apple has finally started rolling out a new privacy feature that will prevent apps from tracking users across the whole OS, services, and apps. Apple has been very keen towards the security and privacy of its users. As Apple claims to be the most secure phone in the industry.
With the launch of iOS 14, the new request feature to track users to give them personalized ads across the apps can be annoying at times. Since it will every time request you to give permission for it. But somehow we managed to find a way to disable the ‘allow apps to request to track’ pop-up on any iPhone running iOS 14.
How To Disable ‘Allow Apps to request to track’ pop-up On your iPhone
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad and go to Privacy -> Tracking.
Step 2: Toggle off the Allow Apps to Request to Track option.
Now, any app that you will launch on your iPhone or iPad will no longer show a prompt for tracking your accessed apps and services. Instead, iOS 14 will by default deny them this permission. Phew, finally one less thing to be annoyed off, in such pandemic times. The advantage of preventing apps from tracking you across other apps and services is that they will no longer be able to silently profile you and show personalized ads.
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