Apple focused heavily on its commitment to increase user privacy during this year’s WWDC as it introduced several new changes coming to its products in near future. In order to improve the security even more, the company has revealed that with iOS 13, your device will notify you when an application is tracking your location.
While this might seem a standard feature, the company will go an extra mile as the operating system will notify you where the apps have been tracking you. In order to do so, iOS will ask users to confirm whether or not they allow apps to track their locations in the background. Moreover, the update will also feature a small map preview to include relevant information.
According to 9to5mac, users of Apple should expect periodic pop-ups if they keep their privacy settings updated. While the notifications might become obtrusive, you might not mind if you are heavily concerned with your privacy.
At the moment, the feature is set to arrive later this year when iOS 13 becomes available to consumers.