One of the things that mobile users are always concerned about is their own privacy. At the end of 2019, a security expert discovered that the iPhone 11 Pro constantly checking your location even if you disconnected Location Services. This was because all iPhone 11 models use an ultra-wide banking chip that is not yet universally approved, so the mobile needs to make these checks to be able to turn off the chip where it is not legal to use it.
New update iOS 13.3.1
Apple, which has made it clear that it is not collecting location data, promised its users a button so that every iPhone 11 user could turn off / on this function of the chip. In the beta version of the latest version of iOS, 13.3.1, which was tested in January, this button was seen. And in fact now that the iOS 13.3.1 update is available to all users, guess what new it brings: The setting to control how the ultra-wideband U1 chip uses location services.
In this way, if you do not want the mobile to constantly check the location where you are, you can disconnect this check and ready. But it is not the only novelty, since Apple has corrected a bug in iOS 13.3.1 that allowed a child to add contacts without entering the required password in the Time of Use function, which limits the use of the terminal.
Other improvements and fixes are that the notifications ‘push’ will arrive better by WiFi and FaceTime will not use without you noticing the ultra wide angle lens of the rear camera. Then the iOS 13.3.1 official listing:
- Fixes an issue in the communication limits feature that allowed Add a contact without entering the “Time of Use” code.
- Add a adjust to control the way the ultra-wideband U1 chip uses llocation services.
- Address an issue that could cause a momentary delay before editing a Deep Fusion photo taken with an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro.
- Fix a problem with Mail which allowed remote images to be uploaded despite disabling the “Upload Images” option.
- Fixes an issue that could cause several dialog boxes will appear to undo the action performed in Mail.
- Fixes an issue that could cause FaceTime will use the ultra-wide camera instead of the wide-angle camera.
- Solves an issue that could cause push notifications will not appear when using a Wi-Fi network.
- Fix a CarPlay issue that could distort sound when making phone calls from certain vehicles.
- HomePod is now compatible with Siri voices in Indian English.