🗓️ February 9, 2023 By ✍️ Jaysukh patelSkip or Turn off the App popup if you want to Access Your Photos after iOS Update. With Options “Select More Photos” & “Keep Current Selection” is full-fledged with Privacy settings, giving control to the end-users and exposing the applications that are storing the private data to date. If you haven’t updated the iPhone to the latest iOS, it’s high time to safe keep the iPhone with Apple’s privacy features. Apple announced the Photos Privacy to several apps that exchange images from the Photos App of iPhone; if you find the application unsafe or don’t need to send photos, then simply revoke permissions and set it to None.
Furthermore, apps like WhatsApp and TikTok need crucial attention; Apple’s other privacy feature recently caught TikTok spying on users’ clipboard data. So it might help you to secure the Photos and the iPhone too. It is also recommended to give only permissions when needed; otherwise, retract the app permissions from the iPhone Settings App.
How to Change Photos Privacy on iPhone
Whenever you Find or Upload photo on your iPhone apps, Apps will ask to Select More photos.. and Keep Current Selection Option popup on-screen, Let’s Skip and Allow all photos by default for selected app, You can see the Example for the Instagram app, – Instagram Would Like to Access Your Photos. This lets you share photos from your Library and save photos to Your camera roll.
I’m showing you by taking WhatsApp as an example; the same steps can be used to control the photos app privacy on any application. Instead of WhatsApp, you can go with any application. Also, this process can be done on an individual app basis.
- Open the Settings App on the iOS device.
- Choose the app, for instance, we have taken Instagram.
- Tap the Photos option.
- Then choose your preference, Selected Photos, All Photos, or None.
- Selected Photos: This option will let you make customize lists of photos that can be accessed from WhatsApp. Tap on Edit Selected Photos on the bottom, and choose the images.
- All Photos: This setting will give WhatsApp entire access to the photos app.
- None: WhatsApp can’t access any of the photos if you set it to None. When None is selected, WhatsApp will display a message pop-up stating, “WhatsApp does not have access to your photos or videos. To enable access, tap Settings and turn on Photos”.
Our Photos and Videos are not the property of third-party applications, so we should protect them as much as possible, this privacy feature will not allow any app to fetch the photos unless you give them authority.