Apple has introduced iOS 15.2’s beta designed to protect children from inappropriate imagery by scanning incoming and outgoing pictures for “sexually explicit” material.
The latest feature is designed to blur any images that meet this description and the child will be warned about its contents and told it’s ok not to view them.
iOS 15.2’s latest beta has one crucial difference that prevents it from sending notifications to parents if a child decides to view a sexually explicit image.
The Apple Communication Safety feature was originally announced in August as part of a trio of features designed to protect children from sexual abuse. However, Apple said it was delaying the introduction of the features the following month in response to objections raised by privacy advocates.
Other new features that have arrived in the latest beta include a manual AirTag scanning feature, as well as the option to pass on your iCloud data to a loved one in the case of your death. It’s worth noting that features added to iOS 15.2’s latest beta could still change dramatically before its official release, and it may be removed from the update entirely.
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