Key among the updates is the expansion of ‘Sensitive Content Warning‘ to cover more aspects of the iOS ecosystem. The feature, which was previously limited to Messages, AirDrop, and certain phone and FaceTime interactions, now extends to stickers in the Messages app and Contact Posters in the Contacts app. This means that any sticker or emoji potentially containing nudity will be automatically blurred, adding an extra layer of privacy and discretion.
The Contact Posters, a new addition in iOS 17 allowing users to personalize their appearance in calls and messages, will also benefit from this feature. While initially available only in the Phone app, iOS 17.2 extends this protective measure to the Contacts app.
Users can activate the ‘Sensitive Content Warning’ from the ‘Privacy and Security’ settings, allowing them to customize the level of protection across different applications.
As iOS 17.2 undergoes testing by developers and public beta users, its general release is anticipated later this year, promising enhanced user privacy and a safer, more controlled digital environment.
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