Apple will let users lock individual apps


With the new iOS 18 release, Apple users will get extra protection for their photos, messages, and notes.

Apple's latest software update, iOS 18, will include a security feature that allows users to lock individual apps.

The new feature will let users add a layer of security for apps such as Photos, Messages, Mail, Notes, and more, helping Apple users better protect their personal information.

To unlock the app, users will have to use Face ID or password, which is already asked for when users try to access "Recently Deleted" photos.

Currently, people have been using Screen Time or Shortcuts to lock built-in apps, but with the new feature, they will no longer have to.

The new software update is usually available for all users in September, along with the launch of the new iPhone. The iOS 18 beta update will be available for developers on Tuesday.

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) started on June 10th and will take place until June 14th.


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