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iOS 17 - You Should CHANGE These NEW SETTINGS Immediately!

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▶ 1-click to Downgrade from iOS 17 or install iOS/iPadOS 17 (beta): https://bit.ly/42eVhO7 ▶ Repair iOS/macOS System Without Data Loss: https://bit.ly/43cFgcB In today's video, I will show you a few essential new iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 settings and options you should change immediately. These new settings provide better privacy in Safari, new Camera enhancements, a new Siri option, and even protect your eyesight by notifying you when you keep your phone too close to your eyes. You should go ahead and change these settings right away if you've installed iOS 17 Beta or iPadOS 17 Beta. Some of the settings need to be changed because they can be annoying (the Hey Siri setting), while others provide genuine privacy protection features. IMPORTANT: This video is provided for informational, research, and news purposes. Jailbreaking is free and legal as per DMCA 2015. Please use jailbreaking tools responsibly. As always, do not forget to SUBSCRIBE to stay updated with the latest #iOS, Apple, and #Jailbreak news, updates, and tutorials! ~ GeoSn0w ▽ Resources ▽ ▶ Here are all supported devices: https://youtu.be/taAsUZh7LvA ▶ Here's a written guide on how to install iOS 17 Beta: https://idevicecentral.com/apple/how-to-download-install-ios-17-or-ipados-17-developer-beta-for-free-on-iphone-or-ipad ▶ Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/idevicecentral ▶ Latest Jailbreak Releases: https://bit.ly/3vl00A5 ▽ Social Media ▽ ▶ Jailbreak News and Releases: https://idevicecentral.com ▶ Our gaming website: https://gametutorialpro.com ▶ Our Sub-Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/idevicecentral ▶ Facebook: https://facebook.com/fce365official ▶ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FCE365 ▽ Credits ▽ ▶ Wallpaper is from https://unsplash.com ▶ Surprised icon from Flaticon. ▽ For Team YouTube ▽ ▶ This channel and this video are not endorsed in any way by Apple Inc. iPhone and iOS are trademarks of Apple Inc. Jailbreaking is legal under DMCA exemption 2012 updated in 2015, and it represents modifying own device to have custom icons, themes, and tweaks, all of which are legal. ▶ This video is sponsored by UltFone.
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