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Here's How Apple Plans to Supercharge Privacy on Your iPhone and Mac

Privacy was a big focus at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week, with SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi making a point to note that Apple believes "privacy is a fundamental human right." Features unveiled this week build on the privacy "nutrition labels" for apps that Apple rolled out in November, as well as data-tracking opt-ins that arrived in January. Here's a list of new features to look out for across Apple’s apps and services.

Here's How Apple Plans to Supercharge Privacy on Your iPhone and Mac

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