Users will be shown the map for apps that track their location in the background, such as Google Maps or Instagram.
However, I could not see the map on the pop-up message at the time writing, but only the three options, namely, 'Allow while using the app, ' 'Allow once, ' and 'Don't allow'. After the successful release of iOS 12.3.1, Apple has been on a roll with virtually bug-free iOS launches and with iOS 13 due later on this year, Apple has made it a sort of scapegoat with its latest announcement. 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)". The notification also includes a map showing the exact locations where a particular app running in the background has been tracking an iPhone user.
When an app wants access to users' location, users will have to give explicit permission.
If "Always" was selected, it meant that apps could track their location continuously in the background, often when users were unaware.
iOS 13 will allow users to capture photos, video, audio, and other content from multiple cameras and microphones, offering significant opportunities for creatives on their iPhones.
Apple Login will let users log into accounts using their Apple ID, without sharing personal information.
'We'll create a unique random address that forwards to your real address, ' Apple's Meg Frost said.
iOS 13 will be out on all compatible devices (iPhone 6S and SE onward) in Fall 2019.