The upcoming iOS build will also have an option to "Allow Once", which gives permission for the app to track a user's location this one time, which means that the app will prompt the device owner to make a selection again the very next time the app is open.
If users are uncomfortable with the app siphoning off data like this in the background, they can turn it off immediately. Tesla's, for example, reads: "Tesla uses your location to show your proximity to your vehicle (while the app is open), and to optimise phone key on your support vehicles (while the app is in the background)". Apple isn't done with iOS 12, though, because today it released another iOS 12 update.
It appears that iOS users will receive a popup notification from an app that is tracking them while running in the background.More news: Australia captain denies accusations of ball tampering during India match
9to5mac say that iOS 13 will also allow users to set apps to have access to location services "just once", instead of "all the time", "never", or "background only". In addition, iOS 13 also lets you limit location tracking for a specific app to just once'.
Apple says that these pop-ups will be "periodic", allowing users to toggle what the app is doing.More news: E3 2019 | The Sims 4 Island Living expansion and new trailer announced
'We'll create a unique random address that forwards to your real address, ' Apple's Meg Frost said.
The iPhone 11 series and its less appealing camera bump will debut alongside iOS 13 and with it, Apple has made an announcement a lot of iPhone users may not want to hear.More news: Pelicans Provide Framework For Anthony Davis Trade Package