As mentioned, Apple did come under fire initially for privacy and security concerns, but the tech giant has answered accordingly. In a major advancement, your iPhone now tells you which apps have accessed your data and what they’ve done with it. A section in Settings lets you see how often apps have accessed your location, photos, camera, microphone, and contacts during the last seven days. It also shows you which apps have contacted other domains and how recently they have contacted them. This is a good complement to an app’s privacy label, so you can be sure you’re comfortable with how it’s treating your privacy.