If there's Apple strength, which iOS and Android fans can agree on, it's the company's commitment to user privacy. With each new version of iOS, Apple builds on these fundamentals and extends and extends the possibilities of each iPhone to protect the data of its users. In iOS 12, Apple Safari has added many new features, most of which have their own unique way to keep you safe online.
When you read an article, you may see the "Like" and "Share" buttons on social media apps like Facebook and Twitter, as well as Facebook comment boxes. These are seemingly harmless at first, but actually pretty nefarious, as social media can track your movements – even if you do not interact with the keys. They may not be on their websites, but they know where you are.
With iOS 12, Apple Expands Advanced Intelligence Tracking Prevention Introduced in Safari in iOS 11 Users will not see fields like "Like" when surfing the Internet "," Share "and" Comment "when logged in to these services. It's less messy that gets in the way of the content that's important to you, but above all, it offers you better protection when surfing the internet on the iPhone.
If you want to continue using these buttons, you can. According to Apple, Safari will ask you for permission before you lift the blocks from a command prompt and give you control over your privacy on the Internet.
On the Internet, fingerprinting is a way for trackers to create a profile of their iPhone based on the browser data and system configuration information collected from their device. This process is the antithesis to the privacy of the Internet, as trackers can use this profile of your iPhone to know exactly who you are when you access a web page.
Apple wants to fight this practice as much as you do. With iOS 12, the company claims to have implemented in Safari to prevent device fingerprinting:
• Present a simplified version of your system configuration so that more devices look the same as Tracker.
• Show only the list of built-in fonts, so custom fonts can not be used as unique identifiers.
• Legacy plug-ins are no longer supported, so they can not be used to identify you.
The result is a similar, although not identical, browsing experience for you, while the ability of trackers to uniquely identify your device is severely curtailed, while sites can provide you with content based on your device specifications.
Favicons are the official name for the tabs that you see when you use a website. These icons were previously available in other iOS web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox, but with iOS 12, Apple has also added functionality to Safari. It's a small change, but one that makes browsing the Internet a little more complete on your iPhone.
Features Nonexclusive to Safari
While the following list includes features in supported apps, they are just as useful in Safari if they are not more useful. You will not be able to call these "Safari exclusives", but they will nonetheless be useful additions to Safari in iOS 12.
Two-factor authentication is a great way to protect your accounts from potential intruders (although SMS codes have their downsides) but retrieve a security code via SMS or other app and then give it every time you want to use that account. Apple has changed this in iOS 12 by allowing you to automatically enter your 2FA security codes from a text message.