With the new iOS 13 update, Apple’s privacy features have modified the way applications can access their consumers’ location information. These features now tell the users what components the app is using and give them the option to allow or disallow. One of the benefits iOS 13 delivers to its user is the transparency of location usage. Your iPhone will begin generating reports periodically on the operation of app monitoring so that you can see which applications are attempting to access your location. This location transparency feature will let users know how frequent apps operate on devices’ background. When asking to access location data, iOS 13 displays a detailed map showing where the application has been tracking its user. Below is an example of what iOS 13 keeps prompt of:
Note that users should always select “Always Allow.”
If you chose the other option by mistake, you can change the permission at;
- Settings > Privacy > Location Services > iSharing > "Always"