This may be the reason why we didn't get specifics on the upcoming iOS and MacOS software updates.
Facebook has published a blog post in an attempt to forewarn users as to what to expect when Apple's new iOS 13 location data alerts mean for users of its mobile app. Facebook's features, says Facebook in a blog post, work better once they can use exact location even when you're not utilizing the app to make it possible for alerts and tools are accurate and customized for you. Facebook also said that the social media giant will "continue to make it easier" for users to control their location settings. - Here's everything new with iOS 13.More news: Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Another European Record
Android 10 will give users more options, including the ability to restrict or allow location data access when an app is running in the background. Furthermore, it will offer more insight with a map where you can see the location history that was accessible to a certain app.
At the same time, Facebook is going to phase out the background location setting on Android 10 while sending reminders to Android users to check their device's own location settings.More news: Strong typhoon winds lash Tokyo area, causing transport chaos
Facebook has come under fire multiple times in the past year for giving away users personal data without their knowledge.
The live streaming company adds that public beta testers should use the Apple TV app as they would normally, encouraging exploration, watching and trying different features and settings. You can control whether your device shares precise location information with Facebook via Location Services, a setting on your phone or tablet.More news: Former Labour MPs tear into Jeremy Corbyn over antisemitism during debate