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You may have noticed that when you look at something to buy online, you suddenly start seeing it everywhere else you go on the web. This happens when a third party tracks cookies and other website data to show you ads across various websites.

The Photos app detects important people, locations, and events in your library and organises them into Memories categories. You may also create and share your own Memories with friends and family. To scroll through your memories, tap See All. Alternatively, press a memory to begin playing it, then tap it again to view alternatives such as Memory mixes or Browse. When you hit the Browse button, the music will continue to play while the memory’s photographs are displayed.

Highlights

  • Intelligent Tracking Prevention uses the latest in machine learning and on-device intelligence to fight this cross-site tracking. It hides your IP address from trackers so what you look at on the web remains your business — not an advertiser’s. And you don’t have to change any settings for these protections because Intelligent Tracking Prevention is on by default.

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