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When they first get their iPhone, one of the first things that many iPhone users do is go through the settings menu and switch on and off a variety of the options that they discover. The differences between some of these options are apparent and simple to comprehend, while others may be a little more confusing.
On the Safari menu, there is an option that you may come across that is similar to this. Prevent Cross-Site Tracking is the name of the configuration option. Many individuals who use computers and mobile devices are concerned about their privacy, and this seems to be something that is tied to that concern. Apple’s introduction of this feature offers you with an extra method to keep part of your data protected, which is surely a good thing.
In the Safari browser on your iPhone, you can disable cross-site tracking to prevent websites that employ third-party content providers from exchanging information across the many websites that you visit. Because of the way it works, cross-site tracking is mostly used for advertising reasons, and it is largely responsible for the advertisements that appear on other websites that show you a product you just looked at on a different website.
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 7 Plus in iOS 12.2.
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