Apple Updates its Privacy Website With New ‘Labels’ Section

Apple has added a new ‘Labels’ section to its privacy website, providing all the details of how Apple’s apps handle users’ personal data in one place (via MacRumors).


Since the debut of Apple’s privacy labels feature last year, the company has provided similar information on individual support pages, but with this new “Labels” section, it is easier for users to browse all the labels in alphabetical order.

Privacy labels are available for Apple’s apps across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, including apps like GarageBand and Xcode, and even the App Store itself.

Privacy is built in from the beginning. Our products and features include innovative privacy technologies and techniques designed to minimize how much of your data we — or anyone else — can access. And powerful security features help prevent anyone except you from being able to access your information. We are constantly working on new ways to keep your personal information safe.

Apple’s privacy labels feature provides users with a broad overview of the data types an App Store app may collect, and whether the information is used to track them or is linked to their identity or device.