In the event that you die, the iPhone upgrade includes a new function.


In the event that you die, the iPhone upgrade includes a new function.

A new upgrade is coming to iPhones and iPads that will let others to access your data if you die.

As part of the iOS 15 upgrade, Apple added a new feature that lets you to name people who would have access to your information if you die.

You can name people as “legacy contacts” who will have access to your account and personal information after you pass away.

“We don’t frequently think about it, but it’s crucial that we can simply pass over information to family members or friends when we pass away,” Apple Cloud Services vice president Mike Abbott said.

“You may now add people to your account as legacy contacts so that when you pass away, they can simply request access and your information may be passed on promptly and easily.”

In the past, access to Apple’s cloud storage in the UK required a court order and a grant of probate.

To avoid this, lawyers recommend creating “digital wills” that name executors who can administer your digital estate.

Some systems, such as Facebook and Google, already allow users to name legacy friends or trusted contacts who can access their accounts after they pass away.

To acquire access to the account, users will need to produce a copy of a death certificate and an access key, however this will not include payment information or subscriptions.

It will also prevent access to a passcode-protected gadget, so if you want someone to inherit your tech stuff, you should include this in your digital will.

The functionality is one of a number of new enhancements to iOS 15 that will change the way Apple devices work.

New audio and microphone settings separate the user’s speech from background noise, resulting in more “natural” FaceTime calls.

SharePlay experiences allow friends and family to listen to music or view movies and TV episodes simultaneously. Tools that allow users to select their ‘Focus,’ filtering out other incoming notifications and notifying others that they are unavailable. With a revised interface, you may now browse the internet in a new way. The summary comes to a close.


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