Apple launches educational video resources to iPhone users on Data Privacy Day


On the occasion of ‘Data Privacy Day’ that falls on January 28th of this year, Apple Inc, the technology giant of America, has released a set of educational resources that allows users to take full-control of their data.


Since privacy and security concerns are on rise, the iOS giant has assisted its users to safeguard their info by releasing an advertisement that gives a briefing on how to protect their privacy while using their iPhone.

Ted Lasso fame Nick Mohammed, currently trending heavily on Apple TV+ has been assigned with a task to create awareness and so he will host ‘Today at Apple Session’ to brief the attendees about Safety Check, Location Services, Mail Privacy related issues and passkeys security.

The crux of the 30-minute session will be to help users customize their privacy preferences as per their needs.

As we all know, the smart phone maker has always been committed to offering the best privacy and security features to its device users and the latest in-store privacy training shows utmost commitment towards its iPhone users.

NOTE- On January 28th of every year, the world celebrates data privacy day, and it has emerged into an international event marked to raise awareness and promote information protection best practices. Currently, United States, Canada, Nigeria, Israel, and 47 European countries. In the year 2007, it was Tim Cook who raised a need for a day to discuss and raise awareness regarding information protection, as it ought to be the fundamental human right.


Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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