1. Go to Settings
Apple recently unveiled new parental controls in iOS/iPadOS 13.3, including the ability to set Communication Limits during screen time and downtime. To access this feature, navigate to Screen Time interface and choose Communication Limits.
Setting limits allows parents to choose whether to allow communication with Everyone or Only Specific Contacts, while it is also possible to whitelist certain apps such as Phone, Messages and FaceTime that will always remain accessible despite restrictions – an effective way of stopping children from texting their friends after bedtime, for instance.
Apple recently implemented another privacy-related feature to its iPhones. Last year, security expert Brian Krebs reported that iPhone 11’s U1 Ultra Wideband chip was frequently asking customers for location data even after having disabled it in Settings.
2. Tap on Security & Privacy
Apple recently unveiled iOS 13.3.1 for their iPhones and iPads which fixes numerous previous mobile bugs including U1 ultra-wideband chip issues which would ask users for location information even when disabled in settings. In addition, this update comes equipped with an option to permanently switch off this chip while it also fixed Screen Time communication limits and Screen Time communication limits as well. All these updates can be found over-the-air on any iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.2 or later devices.