iPhone users, here’s how to turn on App Privacy Report so you can get the details activities then identify & caught bad apps & websites

With the introduction of iOS 15.2, Apple has baked in App Privacy Report into the iOS. App Privacy Report, like its name suggested, is giving you the detail report related to your privacy inside and within iPhone, such as apps that’s accessing to sensor and other apps’ data, app network activities, website network activities and most contacted domains.

Using these details, you can perhaps take action if certain apps or website – as it turns out – is abusing your data and privacy. You can also consider to do set your iPhone to automatically reject app tracking request from all apps (including new future apps getting installed on your iPhone), check it out here: How to automatically reject App Tracking request on all apps on iPhone and iPad at JILAXZONE.

  • This article shares the simple steps how you can turn on App Privacy Report on your iPhone to get all detail activities arising from the use of apps and websites.
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Here’s how to turn on App Privacy Report on the iPhone

Before proceeding, do ensure your iPhone is running iOS 15.2 or up.

1) Go Settings > Privacy.

2) Scroll down until you find App Privacy Report. Tap on App Privacy Report.

3) Inside App Privacy Report, tap “Turn On App Privacy Report”.

This will activate iOS App Privacy Report. There won’t be anything listed at first, but as you use your iPhone and apps, all the activities shall be recorded here.

Surprise. Surprise!

After turning on the App Privacy Report, I found out that App Store (Apple App Store) was accessing my Contacts app. Not sure what App Store is trying to do with my Contacts app. But do you think I should worry and concern? I guess someone or rather some groups in App Store development team may get whacked by Tim Cook pretty soon – if people are reporting this incident.

Do check out on your iPhone whether on your case, the App Store is also accessing Contacts app. Let me know if it is, on the comment section down below.

Bring it all together

With the simple steps shared above, now you can take charge of your privacy inside your iPhone. In the case you find out certain apps or websites are abusing your privacy, you can take a stand to no longer use the apps or accessing the websites and / or at the same time provide feedback to the developers.

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