Apple will soon let you grant apps access to your iPhone’s location just once.
Until now, there were three options — “always,” “never,” or “while using,” meaning an app could be collecting your real-time location as you’re using it.
Apple said the “just once” location access is a small change — granted — but one that’s likely to appeal to the more privacy-minded folk.
“For the first time, you can share your location to an app — just once — and then require it to ask you again next time at wants,” said Apple software engineering chief Craig Federighi at its annual developer conference on Monday.
That’s going to be helpful for those who download an app that requires your immediate location, but you don’t want