by Joe White
June 12, 2012
Another change made in iOS 6 that you might not have heard about involves a new "Privacy" section of the Settings app, which has been spotted in the first beta version of the new mobile operating system. As you can see in the above image, the new section of the app is located underneath the "Brightness & Wallpaper" tab. Inside the new section, privacy settings are broken down into four separate parts: Contacts, Calendars, Reminders and Photos. Then, within each sub-section, a list of applications that have requested to access each particular aspect of the iDevice - such as Contacts or Calendars - will be displayed: here, it is possible to enable or disable access for each individual application. If you missed yesterday's WWDC '12 keynote presentation, check out our summary post or watch the event online.