Apple has beefed up security in Safari’s Private Browsing Mode with iOS 17.

It requires authentication with Face ID or a password to access it. This means that anyone who takes your unlocked iPhone will not be able to see what is contained in the incognito tab.

“Private Access” also completely blocks trackers from loading on site pages and tracking added to URLs while browsing, improving privacy. Sites cannot be modified or altered with add-ons.

Plus, Apple also offers advanced controls. In the incognito protocol, they need to be looked at separately.

Source: Iphones RU

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