Recently, Apple rolled out a big software update for iPhones with iOS 17 and they introduced a number of new features and improvements. With that said, Apple has introduced a new feature to help deal with the sensitive content warning.
In a world where you can easily share content using text over the internet, it’ll be best to be safe from information and content that may have highly sensitive information in it. It can be anything from nudity to gore to anything related to blood. With the new Sensitive Content Warning feature, your iPhone will automatically detect and warn you about the type of content you receive.
If you want to know how to use this feature, then this guide will be helpful. In this guide, you will get to know how to enable Sensitive Content Warning on iOS 17.
How to enable sensitive content warning on iOS 17
As a parent with children having iPhones, you can easily enable the Sensitive Content Warning feature on the iPhone running iOS 17. Here are the steps you need to follow to do that –
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone
- Tap on Privacy and Security
- Scroll down until you find the Sensitive Content Warning option and then tap on it
- Once you’ve got the toggle switched on, you’ll be able to choose all the apps and services that you want the feature to work with
By default, this feature will be enabled automatically for supported apps. You will be able to choose the apps where the Sensitive Content Warning is not applied.
Devices that support this feature
The new iOS 17 update comes with the Sensitive Content Warning feature and it is available to all iPhones and other Apple devices that can be updated to the latest version of the OS. Here are the different devices that support this feature –
- iPhones running iOS 17
- iPads running iOS 17
- Apple Watches running watchOS 10
- Apple Mac systems on macOS Sonoma