We start the second part of our conversation with Josh Centers, the author of Take control of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, with a review of some of the privacy and security features Apple has built into iOS 14. Some of these include video and camera usage indicators, limited access to image roll by default, and why the new clipboard alerts fix a potentially weak security point. Other new features include sleep tracking, Notes enhancements, voice memo organization, a translation app and much more. Then we switch to iPadOS 1
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Josh Centers is the managing editor of TidBITS. He is also an occasional contributor Macworld, Boing Boing, and The girlfriend. You can keep up with him Twitter, and his blog on joshcenters.com.
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