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iOS 17.2 adds sensitive content warnings to more apps and removes unwanted nudity from your phone.

Sensitive content warnings in iOS 17 are designed to keep you from seeing what you really can’t see. So, if someone sends an image that includes nudity, Apple will blur the content and warn you about it. With the release of iOS 17.2 just around the corner, this feature is expanding to even more locations.

Initially, sensitive content warnings only applied to AirDrop, Contacts, Messages, and FaceTime video messages. It was also available in Messages on Mac and Messages and Contacts posters on Apple Watch. This was a good starting point, but clearly Apple feels it’s not enough, and we tend to agree.

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