iOS 14 has changed and improved its message filtering in the Messages app. Filtering lets you separate messages from known and unknown senders into separate lists. For example when you get a message from an unknown number, or a PIN sent from a website for two-factor authentication, or a political message or just flat out spam, these messages will be separated from the ones from your contacts, making for a less cluttered message list that is easier to navigate. This feature is off by default so you will have to enable it to use it.
Apple Fitness+ offers professional trainers on-demand, with full integration of Apple Watch health metrics live on screen.
Apple Fitness+ only uses local, on-device intelligence to deliver workout recommendations. Health data such as calories burned and which workouts are played are not stored with your Apple ID.
Apple and Google describe Exposure Notifications as "Privacy-Preserving Contact Tracing" for COVID-19. The system works across both Android and iOS mobile devices using Bluetooth. The system includes the following features to protect privacy and security:
Whenever you connect to a Wi-Fi network your iPhone identifies itself with its unique MAC address, which creates a privacy risk. Network operators and other observers could potentially track and profile a MAC address by associating it with network activity and location as it is used on public networks over time. To avoid this, Apple has included a new privacy feature in iOS 14 (and iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7) that lets you use a different unique MAC address for each network you connect to.